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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, June 27, 2008
[SPAIN-RUSSIA REPORT CARD] Despite losing top tournament scorer David Villa to a muscle strain in the first half and a poor showing by forward partner Fernando Torres, Spain pumped in three goals while smothering Russia to win, 3-0, in Vienna to book a final date with Germany on Sunday (2:30 ... Read the whole story
[EURO 2008 HISTORY] On Sunday, Germany makes its record sixth European Championship final appearance with the aim of lifting the title a fourth time. Germany faces Spain, which has reached its third final after one title and one runner-up finish. For European Championship final history ... Read the whole story
These are the ties that try men's souls, especially Houston coach Dominic Kinnear Read the whole story
[ITALY] Marcello Lippi has said he at times regretted quitting as Italy national team coach after leading the Azzurri to the 2006 World Cup title. He'll now get the chance to lead Italy again after being reappointed as national team coach following the dismissal of Roberto Donadoni. Read the whole story
[TRANSFER TALK] Arsenal forward Emmanuel Adebayor appears to have more than one foot in Italy, as his agent, Vincenzo Morabito, has claimed that his proposed move to AC Milan is "70-80 percent done." Read the whole story
[REF WATCH] The English Premier League will feature a collection of new faces when the 2008/2009 season begins in August. At age 25, Stuart Attwell is set to be the youngest referee in the history of the league. Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] Before Euro 2008 started, Viennese government officials saw the tournament as a chance to showcase the city's high culture. Soccer fans could wander amongst the famous artwork hanging in the Albertina or maybe catch a performance at the Vienna Opera House before watching the evening's games. But ... Read the whole story
ABC, prior to airing the Euro 2008 final on Sunday, features the league's highest scoring teams with the D.C. United-Los Angeles clash. .. Colorado looks for its second road win of the season in Columbus. ... Toronto FC and New England meet for the first time in 2008. ... Real ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"Germany is Germany and they seem to win against whoever they play. Let's see if they let us play, but it is very difficult for any team against us, especially when we add pace to our game." -- Spain coach Luis Aragones, whose team beat Russia, 3-0, on Thursday to send it into the Euro 2008 final against Germany, which will be broadcast live on Sunday by ABC at 2:30 pm ET. (Reuters) ...More


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