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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Nov. 29, 2007
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Liverpool fans showed which side they are on in the very public feud between Reds manager Rafael Benitez and the club's American owners, Tom Hicks and George Gillett. Fans marched Wednesday in support of Benitez to Anfield, where they chanted his name during the Reds' critical UEFA ... Read the whole story
Chelsea and AC Milan were the only teams on Tuesday to clinch berths in the second stage of the UEFA Champions League. Eight spots will be up for grabs on Matchday 6, which will be held Dec. 11-12. Read the whole story
'Tis the season to dump on English soccer, so here we go, with the proviso that for about the past decade it has been my contention that the blast and dazzle of the English Premier League has so mesmerized certain fans, managers and players they believe only cheating opponents, diabolic ... Read the whole story
Ridge Mahoney explains how MLS players are keeping busy.If the MLS 2007 campaign ended a week and a half ago with Houston winning its second straight title, why are so many players still playing? Read the whole story
[ROSTER] U.S. under-23 national team coach Peter Nowak called in 22 players -- including 16 MLS players -- for a training camp at the Home Depot Center in preparation for games in China Dec. 13 and 16 against the Chinese U-23s. Read the whole story
Former NASL owner Milan Mandaric, now chairman of English club Leicester City, and former NASL player Harry Redknapp, manager of English club Portsmouth, were among five men arrested Wednesday in the ongoing investigation into transfer irregularities in English soccer. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"My dear, my penis is a mountain." -- Rough translation of what English opera singer Tony Henry sang while performing the Croatian national anthem before last weekend's England-Croatia game when he botched the line, "You know my dear how we love your mountains." Croatian players giggled during the performance, prompting suggestions that the gaffe loosened them up before their 3-2 win and an online campaign has been started to recruit Henry for Croatia's European Championship games next summer. (The Times of London) ...More


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