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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, March 5, 2008
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] In a golden generation of young stars led by Kaka, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, it's easy to overlook Spaniard Cesc Fabregas, but he has been just as influential, leading Arsenal to first place in the English Premier League and past defending champion AC Milan in the ... Read the whole story
UEFA Champions League play continues Wednesday with four more games. For all the TV coverage of the midweek action ... Read the whole story
[MLS WAIVER DRAFT] Only three players were claimed in the MLS waiver draft Tuesday, but at least a few more of the players placed on waivers may find their way onto rosters. Read the whole story
[MLS] Midfielder Rafael Gomes, whose signing was announced just two days ago, didn't need much time to stamp his influence on the Colorado attack; he scored midway through the first half Wednesday as Colorado beat Ipswich Town, 3-2, at the Arsenal Training Centre in Hertfordshire, England. Read the whole story
Nine MLS teams passed on players in Wednesday's Waiver Draft before D.C. United picked up the rights to Jeff Curtin. Taken later were Brandon Prideaux (Chicago Fire) and Kyle Brown (Houston Dynamo). For all the team-by-team offseason player moves ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Once FC Dallas had traded striker Carlos Ruiz to Los Angeles, speculation began regarding who would pick up the scoring slack. Coach Steve Morrow is still negotiating the acquisition of Chilean forward Reinaldo Navia. Forwards Ricardinho, Dominic Oduro, Kenny Cooper and Abe Thompson are vying for playing time; Roberto ... Read the whole story
Major League Soccer may never set up shop in San Antonio, but for the next week, four league teams will spread the word while training and playing a round-robin mini-tournament that suits their various preseason needs. Read the whole story
Teams from U.S. Soccer's residency program in Bradenton, Fla., won all four games against area opponents in U-17/18 nd U-15/16 action over the weekend. For all the U.S. Soccer Development Academy results and goal scorers ... Read the whole story


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"The doctors had said that he risked injury if he played, and they [the press] pressured us by saying that he always has to play, and now we are all paying for this." -- Barcelona defender Carles Puyol blames the press for the pulled hamstring Lionel Messi suffered during Barcelona's Champions League win over Celtic. (Goal.com) ...More


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