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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, April 25, 2008
[MLS] As showcases of brilliant soccer go, it wasn't much, yet New England's 1-0 victory that knocked FC Dallas off its unbeaten perch at Pizza Hut Park Thursday night typified how a depleted team that knows how to win can beat a stronger team lacking such clarity. Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] Columbus coach Sigi Schmid can celebrate his 100th MLS win if the Crew beats Houston on Saturday. Schmid, 55, collected 79 of his wins while at the helm of the Los Angeles Galaxy, with which he won the 2002 title, in 1999-2004. He would become the second ... Read the whole story
UEFA Cup favorite Bayern Munich was held to a 1-1 draw by Russia's Zenit St. Petersburg at home in the home leg of their semifinal on Thursday. In the other semifinal, Rangers and Fiorentina played to a 0-0 tie in Glasgow. Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] Vienna-based voice coach Ingrid Amon is offering cheering lessons to Austrian fans ahead of the European Championship, because she warns that improper screaming can cause voice loss - and even permanent vocal chord damage. She says fans should avoid alcohol and caffeine, and, apparently unaware that Austrian ... Read the whole story
[OLYMPIC COUNTDOWN] The U.S. women's national team plays its first game since the Concacaf qualifying tournament when it hosts Australia on Sunday at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, N.C. For the 25-player U.S. roster ... Read the whole story
[REF WATCH] Referee Angel Bekyarov, despite offering to take a lie detector test to prove his impartiality, was among six officials suspended by the Bulgarian soccer federation for mistakes and poor fitness. Bekyarov had been accused of by Litex players of favoring their Beroe foes in a 1-1 tie. Read the whole story
East leader Kansas City starts a six-game road trip at Toronto. Winless defending champ Houston travels to Columbus, which has three wins in four games. D.C. United aims to avenge the 4-0 pummeling it got from Real Salt Lake two weeks ago. Two of the league's top playmakers clash when ... Read the whole story
Saturday's Manchester United-Chelsea -- a potential preview of the UEFA Champions League final -- should decide the English Premier League race. The races in Spain, Italy and Germany could be decided this weekend. Real Madrid will wrap up its 31st Spanish league title if it beats Athletic Bilbao at the ... Read the whole story


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"My suggestion is that the judge get a pair of scissors, cut the thing in half and give half to each. It's certainly not anything that we would ever want to have happen and certainly not anything that David [Beckham] or any of our players who hand out jerseys would have intended." -- Los Angeles Galaxy President Alexi Lalas upon learning that the parents of two boys have hired lawyers and threatened lawsuits in a battle over the jersey David Beckham gave one of the boys after the Galaxy's game in Honolulu in February. The two boys, friends ages 9 ...More


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