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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2008
Mike Woitalla reports from Houston In the FIFA World Ranking, Mexico is 15th and the USA trails at No. 20. El Tri's corps of European-based players includes two Barcelona players and two who won titles last season in the Netherlands and Germany. The majority of the crowd in Houston on ... Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP WATCH] The long road to South Africa began in CONCACAF on Sunday with a surprise as Cayman Islands tied Bermuda, 1-1, in Hamilton. The attention of U.S. fans will be focused on the match Wednesday in Roseau, where Dominica hosts Barbados at Windsor Park. Read the whole story
[MLS TEAM PREVIEWS] On the eve of its departure for Florida came news one more of Chicago's top 2007 performers wouldn't be around for 2008. Replacing goalie Matt Pickens, reportedly headed to English club QPR, is just one of the question marks incoming head coach Denis Hamlett faces, along with ... Read the whole story
Chivas USA signed Swiss midfielder Raphael Wicky, a 2006 World Cup veteran with over decade's professional experience in Germany, Spain and Switzerland. The 30-year-old Wicky has more than 70 international appearances for the Swiss national team. For all the team-by-team offseason player moves ... Read the whole story
Ridge Mahoney examines all the moves [ENGLAND WATCH] While the transfer sagas of Eddie Johnson (to Fulham) and Brad Guzan (not to Aston Villa) occupied the attention of U.S. fans, numerous other moves were made by the English Premier League clubs for which American players toil. Here's a brief look ... Read the whole story
[AFRICAN NATIONS CUP] Defending champion Egypt beat Angola, 2-1, in the quarterfinals of the African Nations Cup to set up a rematch of the 2006 final with Ivory Coast in Thursday's semifinal. Host Ghana will meet Cameroon's Indomitable Lions, who knocked out Tunisia, 3-2, in overtime. Read the whole story
[WPS] Two-time NBA MVP Steve Nash and former Yahoo! President and Chief Operating Officer Jeff Mallett will become investors and part owners of Women's Professional Soccer, the women's league scheduled to begin play in 2009. Read the whole story


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"This year it's a lot more calm, a lot more relaxed. [Last year] was frustrating. But it's a new season, a new start, a new manager, some new players in as well. It's exciting. We've got to prove that we can play and we can win things. It's a fresh start for us." -- David Beckham on Monday's opening of preseason training with the Los Angeles Galaxy. The first day was certainly more relaxed -- there was no media mob -- though the Galaxy has preseason trips planned to Hawaii, South Korea and China. (Long Beach Press-Telegram) ...More


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