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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2007
There's been nothing but stony silence from MLS headquarters regarding the recent carnival acts in New Jersey and Los Angeles, and for this Commissioner Don Garber and his fellow executives should be commended. After all, what can be said about dysfunctional organizations in the league's two biggest -- and by ... Read the whole story
Six of Tuesday's eight UEFA Champions League games will be available on cable or via pay-per-view on U.S. television. Read the whole story
Nils Liedholm, a legendary figure in both Swedish and Italian soccer, died Monday at the age of 85. Liedholm helped Sweden win the gold medal in the 1948 Olympics in London -- the first international soccer competition after World War II -- and moved a year later to Italy, where ... Read the whole story
If the new U.S. women's pro league scheduled to launch in 2009 is to have any chance of getting off the ground, an essential first step is to sign the great young Marta, who scored two goals against the USA in Brazil's 4-0 win in the semifinals of the 2007 ... Read the whole story
David Beckham, who played just 252 in five MLS games, played 83 minutes on Sunday for the Los Angeles Galaxy in a charity game against the celebrity squad Hollywood United FC that raised more than $90,000 for victims of the recent Southern California wildfires. Beckham scored twice and had three ... Read the whole story
New England's Michael Parkhurst, 23, was named MLS's Defender of the Year and the league's individual Fair Play winner. Parkhurst, whose season included a 60-yard goal [VIDEO] against Toronto on his first attempt at goal in three MLS seasons, committed only five fouls in 25 regular-season games and received no ... Read the whole story
A day after scoring his seventh Spanish La Liga goal for Villarreal, New Jersey product Giuseppe Rossi underwent knee surgery to repair meniscus damage in his right knee. He is expected to be sidelined for six weeks. Read the whole story
Brian Hall was awarded the OSI Referee of the Year for the fourth time and third consecutive season. He also won the award in 2003. Hall led the voting ahead of Jair Maruffo and Alex Prus for OSI Referee of the Year. Read the whole story


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