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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Oct. 25, 2007
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Freddy Adu became the youngest American to play in the UEFA Champions League proper when he came on in the 61st minute of Benfica's 1-0 win over Scottish champion Celtic in their Group D match on Wednesday. Read the whole story
Two days after the dismissal of women's national team coach Greg Ryan, the U.S. Soccer Federation announced that John Hackworth will no longer be head coach of the U.S. U-17 boys national team. Under Hackworth, the USA lost three games and won once at last summer's U-17 World Cup. The ... Read the whole story
[REACTION/VIDEO] Liverpool, the 2007 UEFA Champions League runner-up, is in danger of not reaching the knockout phase of the 2008 competition after its 2-1 loss at Turkish club Besiktas left the Reds in last place in Group A with only one point after three games. Read the whole story
Defending UEFA Champions League champions AC Milan picked up a much-needed win with a 4-1 victory over Shakhtar Donetsk at home on Wednesday. The big surprise after three games is Norwegian club Rosenborg in second place in Group B after its 2-0 win over Valencia. For all of this week's ... Read the whole story
Every team, even the most successful one in MLS history, has to have a bogey opponent, that nettlesome foe always capable of inflicting a painful result no matter what the setting or situation. Four-time league champion D.C. United opens its quest for a fifth title on Thursday against Chicago, a ... Read the whole story
Evansville (Ind.) Memorial claimed first place in the NSCAA/adidas High School Fall Boys Top 25. The Tigers moved into the semifinals of the Indiana state championship with a 4-1 win over Bloomington North. Andrew Fuchs led Memorial with a pair of goals on free kicks. For the complete Top 25 ... Read the whole story
New Jersey's Immaculate Heart Academy is first in this week's NSCAA/adidas High School Fall Girls Top 25. The Blue Eagles are one of eight unbeaten and united teams in the Top 25. For the complete Top 25 ... Read the whole story


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"Everton have not won without being in the lead." -- Sky Sports TV pundit Andy Gray clears that up. (BBC) ...More


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