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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Jan. 4, 2008
The Mexican League is renowned for its flowing, attacking style, but little scoring has been on display so far as eight Mexican teams vie for two Copa Libertadores spots in the USA-hosted InterLiga. Three goals in four matches is the aggregate after Club America beat Morelia, 1-0, following a 0-0 ... Read the whole story
The English FA Cup, the granddaddy of all cup competitions, returns with the round of 64 on Saturday and Sunday. The schedule includes four matchups involving English Premier League teams, notably Aston Villa against Manchester United. Under-fire EPL managers Sam Allardyce and Rafael Benitez will be stressing as Newcastle United ... Read the whole story
The Leeds United coach Dennis Wise chased down a 13-year-old boy who threw stones at his family car at 1 a.m. New Year's Day. The Yorkshire Evening Post reported that Wise made a citizen's arrest on the boy before he escaped. The boy's family reported the incident to the West ... Read the whole story
[EPL AMERICANS] There was a bright spot for American goalkeeper Marcus Hahnemann to Reading's 2-0 loss to Portsmouth on New Year's Day. Hahnemann, whose blunder cost the Royals the first goal, received an automatic one-year contract extension with Reading as a result of playing in the game. Read the whole story
[U.S. U-17 GIRLS ROSTER] The U.S. under-17 girls national team kicked off its first training camp of 2008 on Wednesday in Sunrise, Fla. Read the whole story
The latest Argentine youngster to leave Buenos Aires on a major transfer is Ever Banega. The 19-year-old starred for Argentina at the South American U-20 Championships last January, stepped into a starting role at Boca Juniors for league and Libertadores Cup play, and marshaled the midfield of Argentina's U-20 World ... Read the whole story
Six different teams won titles in the girls Showcase divisions at the Disney's Soccer Showcase that ended on Wednesday. For all the results in the knockout phase ... Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"Some people think having a rabbit as a mascot gives off the wrong message in terms of the side being a soft touch." -- A fan of Scunthorpe United, which is in the relegation zone of England's second-tier league, backing a movement to switch the team's mascot from Scunny Bunny to Iron the Lion. ( ...More

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