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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2007
The pursuit of Argentine midfielder Juan Sebastian Veron by D.C. United has reached the stage that Veron's wife has reportedly been hunting for homes in the area. Veron, 32, has been playing in Argentina for Estudiantes while D.C. tries to work out a deal that won't necessarily cost the club ... Read the whole story
The first training camp conducted by recently hired U.S. women's national team camp Pia Sundhage will be brief, but it will be important. She has just eight months to repair the effects of a goalkeeping controversy and a humiliating 4-0 loss to Brazil in the Women's World Cup semifinals before ... Read the whole story
Scottish champion Celtic fell to defending champion AC Milan, 1-0, in their final Group D game on Tuesday but advanced to the knockout phase of the UEFA Champions League, beginning in February, thanks to Benfica's 2-1 win at Ukraine's Shakhtar Donetsk Read the whole story
Brazilian star Romario says hair-loss medicine made him fail a doping test. The Vasco da Gama striker, a World Cup winner in 1994, had tested positive for finasteride after the game against Palmeiras on Oct. 28. "I'm losing some hair and I have been taking this product for a while," ... Read the whole story
Brazilian Rene Simoes, who coached Jamaica to its greatest achievement when it played in the 1998 World Cup, is returning as coach of the Reggae Boyz. Read the whole story
Club America aims to bring the Copa Sudamericana title to Mexico for the second straight year, but must overcome a 3-2 first-leg deficit when it faces Argentina's Arsenal in Buenos Aires in the second leg on Wednesday (TV: Fox Sports en Espanol, 7:30 pm ET). Arsenal has never won an ... Read the whole story
Six clubs saw U.S. Soccer Development Academy action on the weekend before the 2007 Development Academy Nike Friendlies in Bradenton, Fla. from Dec. 6-9. Read the whole story


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