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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, March 4, 2008
[NAMES & NUMBERS] Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson says Argentine Carlos Tevez reminds him of Frenchman Eric Cantona, the King of Old Trafford during his reign at Manchester United in the 1990s. Tevez has already played a key role in the UEFA Champions League round-of-16 series between United and Lyon ... Read the whole story
ESPN2 will have live coverage of Tuesday's UEFA Champions League match between AC Milan and Arsenal. For all the TV coverage of the midweek action ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Compliance day has come and gone. What is the aftermath, if any, will be known Tuesday, after MLS conducts a waiver draft at 3 p.m. ET. Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney explains the significance. Read the whole story
[MLS] New England ran its warm-weather record to 3-0 Monday by beating Pioneros de Cancun 4-1 with two goals by Khano Smith and one apiece from Taylor Twellman and Kenny Mansally. Read the whole story
[HISTORY] The defending champion U.S. women's national team opens play at the 15th annual Algarve Cup in southern Portugal Wednesday when it faces China in Group B play. The USA didn't win its first Algarve Cup until 2000 but has since won the tournament four more times -- an unprecedented ... Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] Portuguese club Belenenses has been penalized six points for using Cameroon international Albert Meyong in a 2-1 win over Naval in January because he had already played for two other teams this season. Read the whole story


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"Goal celebrations are a personal matter and up to the player to decide. No one dictates what the player can do as long as he stays within the [rules] of the game and as long as it doesn't result in a caution. He is a very articulate young man and will have weighed up the pros and cons and decided to do it because it was a personal and emotional matter." -- Everton spokesman Ian Ross on the goal controversial celebration by Tim Cahill, who crossed his wrists as if he had been handcuffed in a show of solidarity with ...More


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