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Home > Soccer America Daily > Friday, Nov. 2, 2007
In the end, the defensive frailty of D.C. United - not its ouchy attackers - knocked it tumbling out of the playoffs for the third straight season. A pair of preventable goals staked Chicago to a 2-0 lead at RFK Stadium, and a furious D.C. rally tied the game, 2-2, ... Read the whole story
The 1-0 first leg may have been decided by a rather fluky goal, but for much of the game FC Dallas bossed the midfield. To overcome that one-goal deficit Houston must take command in the middle third so Dwayne DeRosario can slice forward to take cracks at goal and thread ... Read the whole story
New England hosts New York as the Revs go for their sixth straight appearance in the conference final. The omens are stacked - if such a thing is possible - high against the Red Bulls, who played spiritedly yet somewhat disjointedly last Saturday in the Meadowlands and couldn't break through ... Read the whole story
Kansas City finished tied with Chicago for fourth place in the Eastern Conference, and can take heart from what the Fire did against top seed D.C. United,: Win at home, tie on the road, see you in Texas (against either Houston or Dallas). Kansas City takes a slim 1-0 edge ... Read the whole story
The recent form of Arsenal and Manchester United has fans salivating about Saturday's clash of EPL co-leaders at the Emirates Stadium. Tensions are high in Italy, where Juventus and Inter Milan meet Sunday for the first time since Juventus was relegated in 2006 and Inter was awarded Juve's league title ... Read the whole story
Former Colombian star Carlos Valderrama, assistant coach of Atletico Junior, was ejected from a game against America of Cali for implying the referee had been bribed by waving cash in front of him after a penalty kick call. After the penalty kick provided a goal that helped end Junior's playoff ... Read the whole story
Players from Brazilian teams Atletico Paranaense and Gremio fought during and after Paranaense's 2-0 win on Wednesday night, and the next day at the airport, delegations from the club brawled. Paranaense director Mario Cesar Petraglia said he was reading the newspaper while waiting for his flight to Sao Paulo when ... Read the whole story
Antonio De Giorg, the 41-year-old equipment manager for Italian Serie B club Lecce, was killed after being struck by lightning at the end of a practice at the team's stadium Thursday. He had collected equipment and was headed toward the locker room when he was struck. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"It's very true that they were the best team all year, but over the last five or six games, we've been the best team in the league. There's a little thing called the playoffs, and it matters who's playing better at this particular time. And I don't think it's them." -- Chicago Fire midfielder Diego Gutierrez after his team's 2-2 at D.C. United gave the Fire a 3-2 aggregate win and a place in the MLS semifinals. (Chicago Tribune) ...More


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