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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Nov. 9, 2007
If all 1-0 games featured the teams sharing 36 shots equally, dozens of crunching tackles, and a moment of flair a la Taylor Twellman on a chilly Thursday night, so much more popular in America MLS might be. Read the whole story
[VIDEO] Dutchman Ruud Gullit, the Los Angeles Galaxy's new coach, had a playing career unmatched by any coach who has ever headed an MLS team. Read the whole story
[INTERNATIONAL HEADLINERS] With an embarrassment of riches, Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is finding it hard to keep everyone happy. Lyon has two exciting new players in youngsters Hatem Ben Arfa and Karim Benzema, who helped it regain the French league lead. The miserable showing by German clubs in ... Read the whole story
[MLS PLAYOFF PREVIEW] Defending champion Houston, which also won titles in 2003 and 2005 as the San Earthquakes, battle the Kansas City Wizards in Texas on Saturday for a spot in MLS Cup 2007. Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney previews the match-up. ... Read the whole story
It was a good evening for the clubs with Americans in the UEFA Cup. Goalie Tim Howard had a solid game in Everton's 2-0 win at German club Nuremberg. Dan Califf went the entire way in AaB's 1-1 tie with Belgian power Anderlecht. Ramiro Corrales didn't get off the bench ... Read the whole story
Bora Milutinovic, the USA's coach at the 1994 World Cup, has been fired as Jamaican national team coach by the debt-ridden Jamaican soccer federation. Milutinovic, the only person to have coached five different countries at the World Cup, took charge of the Reggae Boyz one year ago on a four-year ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"I haven't fallen off the wagon. I was walking funny in the airport because my hip hurts. They told me I was drunk. That's why they didn't let me on." -- Former England star Paul Gascoigne, long troubled by alcohol problems, after Air Malta officials refused to let him board a plane to London because they deemed him intoxicated, reportedly because he also smelled of liquor and was slurring his words. Gascoigne was in Malta to take part in a charity game, in which he played 20 minutes. (The Sun) ...More


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