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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Dec. 14, 2007
To many Americans, Italian Fabio Capello, whom England hired Thursday as its new national team coach, is best known as the coach who benched David Beckham, prompting the English star to leave Real Madrid for the Los Angeles Galaxy. But Capello, who -- irony of ironies -- will be the ... Read the whole story
England has hired Fabio Capello to replace Steve McClaren as national team coach. The Italian aims to become the second England manager to win a major title. For a history of England's national team coaches in the last half century ... Read the whole story
They hope to be in Beijing in eight months for the Olympic Games; to that end, the U.S. under-23s played the first of their two games in the host country Thursday and tied, 0-0, in front of 30,000 fans in Changsa, China. Read the whole story
Political obstacles have delayed or tripped up several stadium projects in the 13-year history of MLS, but count Kansas City among the eventual winners. Banished to a minor-league baseball park for the next two seasons because of renovations at Arrowhead Stadium, if all goes as planned the Wizards will have ... Read the whole story
[INTERNATIONAL HEADLINERS] It's big weekend in the English Premier League with Liverpool-Manchester United and Arsenal-Chelsea on Sunday. In Spain, a rejuvenated Julio Baptista is finally enjoying himself at Real Madrid. In the Netherlands, the top-of-the-table clash between Ajax and PSV was threatened by a police strike. Read the whole story
Kaka pulled the strings and Clarence Seedorf scored as AC Milan beat Japan's Urawa Reds 1-0 on Thursday to reach the final of the World Club Cup final on Sunday (TV: Fox Soccer Channel & Fox Sports en Espanol, 5 am ET). Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"It's a shame to go looking for a Swede or an Italian. It is as if you are saying to the English coaches: 'You are in England, you are all rubbish and we are going to look elsewhere.'" -- France coach Raymond Domenech weighs in on England's hiring of Italian Fabio Capello as national team coach. Capello replaces Steve McClaren, whose predecessor was Sven-Goran Eriksson. (AFP) ...More


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