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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2008
[AMERICANS ABROAD]. Oregon product Nate Jaqua, who joined Altach last month from the Houston Dynamo, has scored in each of his first two games for the Austrian First Division struggler. Jaqua's second goal was an 88th minute gamewinner. Read the whole story
[MLS] The league is adding two heavy-hitters to its lineup of operator-investors and in one case, the pun is intended. Houston Dynamo president and general manager Oliver Luck is meeting the media Tuesday to officially announce a partnership by which two companies will purchase 50 percent of the team. Boxer ... Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] Real Madrid's grasp on the Spanish La Liga lead loosened with Sunday's 1-0 loss to Getafe, which scored while Real Madrid players celebrated what they thought was a goal of their own. "They have scored a goal against us like in a match for 4-year-olds," Real midfielder ... Read the whole story
[DATEBOOK] The USA was drawn into Group A along with Jamaica and Mexico for 2008 CONCACAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament that will take place April 2-12 at the Estadio Olimpico Benito Juarez in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Read the whole story
[IRAQ] Norwegian Egil Olsen lasted all of one World Cup qualifier as coach of Iraq's national team, the reigning Asian champion. Read the whole story
In deals already finalized, MLS clubs have signed 16 foreigners: four from Argentina and Colombia and one each from Brazil, Honduras, Mexico, Nigeria, Peru, Poland, Scotland and Switzerland. For all the team-by-team offseason player moves ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"Taylor's brutal start [to the game] destroyed the ambition of a small but great soccer nation to hope for a European title." -- From an editorial in the Croatian daily Jutarnji List on the Martin Taylor foul that broke the leg of Brazilian-born Croatian national team striker Eduardo in last weekend's Arsenal-Birmingham game. Arsenal striker Eduardo, who turned 25 on Monday, moved to Croatia as a 16-year-old and was instrumental in its successful qualifying campaign, during which it knocked out England, for the 2008 European Championship. (Reuters) ...More


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