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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2008
[ROSTER] Ten players who have played for the full national team, including Freddy Adu and Benny Feilhaber, are in the 24-man roster Coach Peter Nowak has named to enter the U-23 national team training camp to prepare for Olympic qualifying play. Read the whole story
[MLS] Make no mistake, no matter how much better RSL 2008 is compared to the 2007 version, it will be tougher. And more experienced. Defender Nat Borchers, midfielder Dema Kovalenko and Colombian defender Jamilson Olave are just a few examples of the players added by Coach Jason Kreis and general ... Read the whole story
The Chicago Fire's youth teams and powerhouse Chicago Magic both went 3-0-1 against the Concorde Fire and AFC Lightning on their trip to Atlanta last weekend. For all the U.S. Soccer Development Academy results and goal scorers ... Read the whole story
[EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES] Soccer America provides the latest on employment opportunities for soccer-related positions. Besides college coaching opportunities, this week's listings include an opening for U.S. Soccer Foundation president and three management positions at the United Soccer Leagues. Read the whole story


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"There are players ... who aim only to stop opponents with unfair means. I see too much hacking, tripping and pushing in the Bundesliga. There should be a blacklist of players who intentionally don't go for the ball but for the calf of their opponent. Such attacks are more damaging to the game than the outbursts of rage from those who have been fouled." -- German national team coach Joachim Loew. (Focus) ...More


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