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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Oct. 26, 2007
The regular season's best team, D.C. United, lost its postseason opener, 1-0, at Chicago in front of 17,834 fans on Thursday and faces a must-win second-leg game at home next week to keep its campaign for a fifth MLS title alive. Chris Rolfe scored the gamewinner with a 15-yard volley ... Read the whole story
[MLS PLAYOFF PREVIEW] More than few fans and pundits believe this is the season the Revs finally break their jinx and win the whole thing. They lost the 2006 final on penalties, lost in overtime in 2005, and were also beaten in overtime in 2002 in front of the home ... Read the whole story
[MLS PLAYOFF PREVIEW] The Texas Shootout has been more of a stampede this season, with Dallas avoiding defeat only once by tying Houston, 0-0, at Pizza Hut Park June 30. Houston is deeper than last year's championship team. The additions of Nate Jaqua, Richard Mulrooney and Joseph Ngwenya brought experience ... Read the whole story
The Wizards are back in the playoffs three years after finishing runner-up at MLS Cup; among the veterans of that solid team are defenders Jimmy Conrad and Jose Buricaga Jr., midfielders Sasha Victorine and Kerry Zavagnin, and attackers Scott Sealy and Davy Arnaud. They needed a win on the final ... Read the whole story
Arsenal carries a 12-game winning streak into Anfield, where it faces Liverpool in a battle of EPL unbeatens. Two other matches pit Champions League competitors against each other: AC Milan-Roma in Italy and Sevilla-Valencia in Spain. Chelsea looks to continue its winning ways under its new manager, Avram Grant, when ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO] Robinho's sensational performance for Real Madrid in its 4-2 win over Olympiakos in the Champions League on Wednesday went a long way toward winning back the support of Madrid fans after his no-show last weekend. Read the whole story
In what proved to be Dutchman Martin Jol's last game as Tottenham manager, Spurs fell at home to Spanish club Getafe, 2-1, on Day 1 of the UEFA Cup's group stage. Jol and assistant Chris Hughton both agreed to leave Spurs just before the game. Tim Howard was the only ... Read the whole story
Colombian World Cup veteran Wilmer Cabrera, who moved to the United States four years ago and has been coaching youth soccer in the New York area, has been named U.S. U-17 boys national team coach and will oversee the U.S. Soccer Residency Camp in Bradenton, Fla. Thomas Rongen, who guided ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"I've heard nothing from anybody. In the next week or so, we'll talk about planning for next year, so I'll get a better idea of what [team president Alexi Lalas] is feeling. If people think I'm a bad coach and have coached this team badly, they can say that. But I feel that not all the results were down to coaching." -- Los Angeles Galaxy coach Frank Yallop on his future with the team, which missed the playoffs. (Los Angeles Daily News) ...More


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