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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2008
No sympathy will be poured out from its opponents, but the Houston Dynamo isn't looking so dynamic up front. Joseph Ngwenya, who arrived in a trade from Columbus last season and tied for the team lead with seven goals, is joining SK Austria Karnten as a free agent. Ngwenya scored ... Read the whole story
[ENGLAND WATCH] Who will fall first? Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez? Or its despised American owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett? Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST/VIDEO] Manchester United coach Alex Ferguson denied intentionally making an abusive gesture at Reading fans near the end of his team's 2-0 win on Saturday. Of the gesture, known in Britain as an "up yours" sign, Ferguson said, "All I was doing was expressing my relief at winning ... Read the whole story
[AFRICAN NATIONS CUP/VIDEO] Dribbling seems to be a lost art these days, but Salomon Kalou put on an extraordinary display of magic on the ball to score the only goal in Ivory Coast's 1-0 win over Nigeria in a battle of giants Monday at the African Nations Cup in Sekondi Read the whole story
[YOUTH] Players selected to the New York Red Bulls youth academy teams will play cost-free. "We believe by eliminating the cost barrier, top players will be able to develop within our program with a goal of someday playing on the first team for the New York Red Bulls," said RBNY ... Read the whole story
Draft day deals sent U.S. internationals Alecko Eskandarian from Real Salt Lake to Chivas USA, his fourth team in 14 months, and Chris Albright from Los Angeles to New England, while a deal for Jim Curtin to leave Chicago for Chivas USA was reportedly agreed upon on Monday. Champion Houston ... Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP WATCH] Led by a core of American pros and collegians, Puerto Rico won back-to-back games for the first time in more than a decide when the Boricuas swept a pair of friendlies at Bermuda. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"The money is frustrating, but I understand that this is all part of it. Hopefully I will be here long enough to see an increase in the salary cap that will allow us to go and look in different markets to help bring the level of MLS higher." -- New York Red Bulls coach Juan Carlos Osorio, who says he's identified a central defender, a left-footed midfielder and a playmaker - reportedly Argentine World Cup vet Marcelo Gallardo - but that the salary cap may hinder his shopping spree. (New York Times) ...More


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