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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Oct. 19, 2007
The introduction of David Beckham midway through the second half sent a jolt of excitement through the crowd at Home Depot Center, but while he bent a few corners and sprayed some nice balls, still the Galaxy and Red Bull New York remained tied, 1-1. Goals less than a minute ... Read the whole story
[TV PREVIEWs] Colorado, Kansas City, Chicago and Los Angeles are vying for the two remaining playoff spots, and the top two teams in the Eastern Conference, D.C. United and New England, finish the regular season on the road. Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney previews this weekend's action ... Read the whole story
Two of the world's most famous derbies -- Rangers-Celtic and Everton-Liverpool -- take place on Saturday. Lionel Messi hopes to continue his scoring streak for Barcelona, which travels to Villarreal. Bolton has given Arsenal all kinds of trouble in recent years, but it was hit this week by a managerial ... Read the whole story
FC Indiana is leaving the WPSL, where it has won two league titles in the last year years, for the W-League, its rival women's league. Read the whole story
[VIDEO] After a dismal performance in tying Colombia to open its 2010 World Cup qualifying campaign, Brazil provided some dazzling moments in a 5-0 win on Wednesday over Ecuador in its first game at Rio's famed Maracana Stadium since 2000. The goals included a sublime long-range strike by Kaka and ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"It is a necessary luxury for the soccer and basketball teams and we will be saving a lot of money." -- Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon on the club acquiring its very own 135-seater MD-83 jet plane. But the team won't be able to use it on Match Day 5 of the Champions League when it plays at Werder Bremen because the MD-83 is banned in Germany under noise regulations. (UEFA.com) ...More


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