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Soccer America Daily Editions for November 2007
Soccer America Daily - Friday, Nov 30, 2007 
Galaxy practice draws 15,000 in New Zealand by Soccer America
What They're Saying by Soccer America
New Barca teen star Krkic lives a dream by Paul Kennedy
UNAM stuns Santos in Mexican playoffs by Soccer America
Hawaii Beckons Galaxy and Beckham by Soccer America
UEFA Cup Results by Soccer America
ESPN2 and ESPN Deportes to broadcast Sunday's Euro '08 Draw by Soccer America
Soccer America Daily - Thursday, Nov 29, 2007 
Rafa is the toast of Liverpool by Paul Kennedy
UEFA Champions League Results by Soccer America
What They're Saying by Soccer America
The stark fact that England must face by Ridge Mahoney
The MLS offseason really isn't by Soccer America
Nowak loads up U-23s with MLS players by Paul Kennedy
Mandaric and Redknapp arrested in corruption inquiry by Soccer America
Soccer America Daily - Wednesday, Nov 28, 2007 
Beasley injury blow to Rangers by Paul Kennedy
What They're Saying by Soccer America
UEFA Champions League Results by Soccer America
UEFA Champions League TV Schedule by Soccer America
Winners all around on the Beckham tour by Soccer America
Parreira's Bafana Bafana challenge by Mike Woitalla
U.S. U-15 girls go 1-2 at Thanksgiving Interregionals by Soccer America
U.S. Youth Soccer ODP Girls Thanksgiving Interregional Results by Soccer America
U.S. Soccer Development Academy Results by Soccer America
Soccer America Daily - Tuesday, Nov 27, 2007 
Becks touches down, down under by Ridge Mahoney
What They're Saying by Soccer America
Earthquakes play 'Moneyball' by Soccer America
Colombians Cabrera and Pareja reunited with U.S. U-17s by Ridge Mahoney
Can 'Mzansi' host a safe World Cup? by Mike Woitalla
MAKING A LIST: EPL Managerial Casualties by Soccer America
Venezuela's Paez quits in response to fan attacks by Soccer America
UEFA Champions League TV Schedule by Soccer America
U.S. U-14 boys teams romp at Thanksgiving Interregionals by Soccer America
US Youth Soccer ODP Boys Thanksgiving Interregionals Results by Soccer America
US Youth Soccer ODP Boys Thanksgiving Interregionals Rosters by Soccer America
US Youth Soccer National League Results by Soccer America
Soccer America Daily - Monday, Nov 26, 2007 
Bob Bradley: 'World Cup qualifying is always challenging' by Mike Woitalla
What They're Saying by Soccer America
USA to open against Dominica or Barbados by Mike Woitalla
World Cup 2010 Qualifying Draw-CONCACAF by Soccer America
INTO AFRICA: World Cup enters new territory by Mike Woitalla
Durban murder is a 'wake-up call' by Mike Woitalla
World Cup 2010 Qualifying Draw-Europe by Soccer America
World Cup 2010 Qualifying Draw-Africa by Soccer America
World Cup 2010 Qualifying Draw-Asia by Soccer America
OFF THE POST: Blatter's Poster Blunder by Mike Woitalla
Rafa chides Liverpool's American owners by Paul Kennedy
Freddy Adu does it again -- another Benfica goal by Soccer America
Soccer America Daily - Friday, Nov 23, 2007 
Into Africa: World Cup 2010 kicks off by Soccer America
What They're Saying by Soccer America
Why England slipped by Paul Kennedy
England-Croatia: The Reaction by Soccer America
Russians mocked after narrow win over Andorra by Soccer America
Euro 2008 Final Draw by Soccer America
Euro 2008 Scoreboard by Soccer America
Quakes get out of the gate quickly by Soccer America
Paraguay takes the lead in South America by Soccer America
NCAA Division I Men's Schedule by Soccer America
NCAA Division I Women's Schedule by Soccer America
2007 Super Y-League North American Champions by Soccer America
Soccer America Daily - Wednesday, Nov 21, 2007 
Why England slipped by Paul Kennedy
What They're Saying by Soccer America
Euro 2008 Qualifying TV Schedule by Soccer America
Expansion or bust? by Soccer America
Doings in Dallas by Ridge Mahoney
Unbeaten Colombia hands Argentina its first defeat by Soccer America
Final High School Boys Fall Rankings by Soccer America
Final High School Girls Fall Rankings by Soccer America
Soccer America Daily - Tuesday, Nov 20, 2007 
No to Osorio, for now by Ridge Mahoney
What They're Saying by Soccer America
No second DP, for sure by Ridge Mahoney
The unprotected: Quakes' expansion candidates by Paul Kennedy
MLS Cup to make another Depot stop by Soccer America
Pachuca runs out of gas by Soccer America
Soccer America Daily - Monday, Nov 19, 2007 
Revs and Dynamo resort to form by Soccer America
What They're Saying by Soccer America
REPORT CARD: D-Ro does it by Soccer America
Imports Emilio, Angel and Schelotto head all-MLS team by Soccer America
USA downs South Africa to claim Mandela Cup by Paul Kennedy
REPORT CARD: Solid games by Adu and Edu by Soccer America
Panucci ends Scotland's fitba dream by Paul Kennedy
English hopes brighten thanks to Israeli win by Soccer America
Euro 2008 Qualifying Results by Soccer America
More magic from Riquelme and Kaka by Soccer America
World Cup 2010 Qualifying Results by Soccer America
Soccer America Daily - Friday, Nov 16, 2007 
Defense to decide MLS Cup? by Ridge Mahoney
Scotland and Italy set for 'match of a lifetime' by Paul Kennedy
What They're Saying by Soccer America
Euro 2008 Qualifying TV Schedule by Soccer America
Lynn Berling-Manuel is new AYSO Chief Marketing Officer by Soccer America
USA finishes off year with South Africa friendly by Soccer America
D.C. United's Luciano Emilio is MLS 2007 MVP by Soccer America
Argentina's Most Capped Players by Soccer America
Beckham to sport britches for big bucks by Soccer America
Puerto Rico Islanders knocked out of Caribbean championship by Soccer America
Changes in U.S. Soccer communications department by Soccer America
U.S. U-15 girls to face international foes at Interregionals by Soccer America
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