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Home >Soccer America Daily > Monday, March 31, 2008
The first MLS opener for David Beckham turned into the worst drubbing of his brief Galaxy career, two young Gambians led the Revs to a spanking of Houston in a rematch of MLS Cup 2007, and the ballyhooed offseason FC Dallas signing turned victory into disappointment. For the first week ... Read the whole story
New England, Columbus and Colorado started the MLS season with impressive wins ... Read the whole story
[SUENO MLS 2008] Briant Reyes, a 16-year-old Salvadoran-American midfielder from Downey, Calif., was selected as the Winner of Sueno MLS 2008: The Dream Continues by Chivas USA, while 16-year-old Gabriel Funes, an Argentine-born forward from Arlington, Texas, was selected by FC Dallas in the culmination of the reality show televised ... Read the whole story
[THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE UGLY] Spaniard Fernando Torres scored in Liverpool's sixth straight home game, tying a Reds' record, and helped them beat Everton, 1-0, in their Merseyside derby. Barcelona was all but eliminated from Spain's La Liga race when it blew a two-goal lead against Real Betis ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD]Chances that Fulham -- the English Premier League team with five Americans - might avoid relegation took another blow when it could muster only a 2-2 tie with the league's worst team, Derby. The tie made Derby, which has two Americans in its ranks, the first team in the ... Read the whole story
[USL] The Portland Timbers signed 2002 Japanese World Cup player Takayuki Suzuki for the 2008 season. Suzuki, who has made 55 appearances and scored 11 goals for Japan, is considered the club's most significant signing since joining the USL in 2001. Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP 2010 QUALIFYING] Bermuda, coached by former Howard University coach Keith Tucker, defeated the Cayman Islands, 3-1, Sunday to win their open stage series, 4-2, aggregate and advance to the second stage of World Cup 2010 qualifying in the Concacaf zone against Trinidad & Tobago. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"I'm finding it hard not to criticize some of the decisions tonight but I've just been told I'll be fined if I do. I don't want that to happen. Referees have a tough job, but some decisions change games, and that's happened tonight." -- Thrifty David Beckham pinpoints the reason his Los Angeles Galaxy lost 4-0 to the Colorado Rapids, which last season finished 10th in MLS's overall standings. (AP) ...More


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