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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2007
According to a source, New York Red Bull has asked, and been refused, permission to talk to Fire head coach Juan Carlos Osorio. But that's not the end of it, not by a long shot. Read the whole story
MLS teams won't have the option of adding a second Designated Player next year unless they trade for another team's slot. The league's Board of Governors rejected a proposal to add a second DP slot per team next year, perhaps because only four teams used the mechanism in 2007, and ... Read the whole story
Pat Onstad, Craig Waibel, Ryan Cochrane, starters on the Houston Dynamo's 2007 MLS Cup championship team, are among the players left protected for Wednesday's expansion draft in which the San Jose Earthquakes will take 10 players. Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] MLS Cup is headed back to the Home Depot Center for the third time. MLS announced that the 2008 final would be played at the Carson, Calif., stadium on Nov. 23. RFK Stadium, site of MLS Cup 2007, is only other other existing stadium to host the ... Read the whole story
In the last 18 months, Pachuca won the 2006 Mexican Clausura, 2006 Copa Sudamericana, 2007 CONCACAF Champions Cup, 2007 Mexican Clausura and 2007 SuperLiga, but the Tuzos have finally run out of gas. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"We all feel the same, that we don't feel respected. Players had to take unpaid leave and some are now not able to sustain training because they don't have the time because of the money lost in China. We are all grateful that we went to the World Cup but realistically we can't sustain the level of progress because of employment issues." -- Forward Eniola Aluko on the travails of players on the England national team that reached the quarterfinals of the Women's World Cup in September. Since returning home, players say they have been unable to train properly since ...More


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