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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2008
Paul Kennedy on the EPL's U.S. owners[ENGLAND WATCH] Less startling than the news that yet another American group is buying an English Premier League club is the club it's buying. With only seven points in its first 23 games, Derby County is doomed to relegation, yet Detroit-based sports management firm ... Read the whole story
[MLS WATCH] If any team figured to take quick advantage of the greater liberty granted by MLS teams to sign international players, it would figure to be D.C. United. In his series examining MLS clubs' preseason maneuvers and preparations, Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney examines D.C. United's South American shopping spree, ... Read the whole story
CONCACAF yesterday made official what had been known for months, that starting next August, a 24-team Champions League tournament will replace the CONCACAF Champions Cup. Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney explains the format. Read the whole story
[U.S. WOMEN] Pia Sundhage is organizing a mega-camp beginning Friday at the Home Depot Center, the last chance for players to impress the new U.S. women's national team coach before she gets down to the task of picking a squad to prepare for Olympic qualifying in the CONCACAF region to ... Read the whole story
Chelsea's Michael Essien scored one goal and set up the other to lead host Ghana to a 2-0 victory over Morocco Monday that gave the Black Stars first place in Group A at the African Nations Cup and knocked the Lions of Atlas out of the competition. Guinea tied Namibia, ... Read the whole story
Chivas USA goalkeeper Brad Guzan is in back in the U.S. training camp, but for how long? Read the whole story
Hugo Perez, perhaps the most accomplished U.S. soccer player who is not in the National Soccer Hall of Fame, is among 15 players in the Hall's 2008 Veteran Ballot. Perez, who starred in the NASL and MISL, represented the USA at the 1984 Olympics and 1994 World Cup, and played ... Read the whole story


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"Throughout his career, Gallardo has been a dynamic attacking midfielder known for remarkable technique, impressive speed and quickness, and an uncanny knack for providing service to his teammates. He has led teams to major championships in Argentina and France, and has been a star at every level for the national team of Argentina, including playing in the 1998 and 2002 FIFA World Cups. We are thrilled to have a player of his caliber joining D.C. United." -- D.C. United President Kevin Payne on the club's acquisition of 32-year-old Marcelo Gallardo. (MLSnet.com) ...More


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