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Home > Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2007
2007 FIFA Men's World Player of the Year AC Milan's Kaka was named the 2007 FIFA World Men's Player of the Year, finishing with more than twice the votes of runner-up Lionel Messi of Barcelona. Read the whole story
Brazilian star Marta has repeated as the FIFA Women's World Player, earning 988 points to beat Birgit Prinz of Germany with 507 and fellow Brazilian Cristiane with 150. Read the whole story
Peter Nowak was almost home, back to his residence in Naples, Fla., but he had one more layover and one more flight to endure. "Almost home," he said on his cell phone after eating dinner with U.S. head coach Bob Bradley and several U.S. Soccer staff members during the layover. ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS IN GERMANY] U.S. U-20 and U-17 international forward Preston Zimmerman, 19, has signed a pro contract with German First Division club Hamburg SV after scoring nine goals in 32 games for the reserve team. Gregg Berhalter, 34, extended his contract with Second Division 1860 Munich through June 2009. Read the whole story

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"With hindsight, I consider that my choice of words does not fit with the character of the Royal Netherlands Football Association." -- Henk Kesler, director of the Dutch soccer association, apologizes for calling police officers "spoiled brats" for forcing the postponement of two top league matches. Police unions had said they would demonstrate at Dutch league matches to draw attention to their demand for a salary increase. (Sapa) ...More

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