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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, April 11, 2008
[MLS] It seems nothing can shut down the young New England foreign players: not injuries, not jet lag, not paperwork snafus. A day after young Gambians Kenny Mansally and Sainey Nyassi, both 19, each scored a goal in a 3-1 triumph over Kansas City, the Revs reserves tied their Wizards ... Read the whole story
The reborn San Jose Earthquakes play their home opener against the undefeated Chicago Fire. ... Two defeated teams clash when FC Dallas hosts New York. ... The league's other team without a loss, Chivas USA, travels to Columbus. ... Los Angeles, coming off a win against San Jose, hosts Toronto, ... Read the whole story
[USL-1] The 11-team USL First Division, the USA's second-tier pro league, kicks off the season with two games this weekend. The league's clubs, which include Canada's Vancouver Whitecaps and Montreal Impact, and Puerto Rico's Islanders, have players from more than 35 nations on its rosters. In addition to Friday night ... Read the whole story
[REF WATCH] Peru's defending champion, Deportivo San Martin, has kicked off its team Uruguayan striker Mario Leguizamon for crude comments with sexual connotations in a TV interview about referee Silvia Reyes, who red-carded Leguizamon in a game last Sunday against Alianza Atletico. So offensive were Leguizamon that Reyes would not ... Read the whole story
With five minutes left in overtime, Bayern Munich needed two goals against Spain's Getafe to advance to the semifinals, and got them, from Italian striker Luca Toni. The 3-3 tie, against a Getafe team playing a man-down from the sixth minutes because of Ruben De la Red's red card, gave ... Read the whole story


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"I could commute from my cabin. We [his family] have always thought eventually when we're done that we would go back, but you never know when that will be. We always talked about if a team did start up in Seattle then we'd want to go back at some stage." -- Goalkeeper Marcus Hahnemann, 35, who has another season on his contract with English Premier League club Reading, hints at a return to MLS now that his hometown Seattle has a team, which begins play in 2009. (GetReading) ...More


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