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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, July 15, 2008
[MLS] Regardless of where their team winds up in the MLS standings, Toronto FC's managing duo of John Carver and Mo Johnston has set the pace regarding recent transactions. Filing discovery claims on strikers Paul Dickov and Darren Huckerby before anyone else yielded a contract with Dickov and a trade ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Scottish FA Cup hero DaMarcus Beasley was injured in Rangers' 1-0 victory over German fourth division club Preussen Munster, the first of three games during its preseason camp in the Netherlands. Read the whole story
[MLS ALL-STAR GAME] Of the five players All-Star coach Steve Nicol will add to his squad to face English club West Ham United next week in Toronto, three of them - according to a source -- will be Red Bulls striker Juan Pablo Angel, Houston goalie Pat Onstad, and Revs' ... Read the whole story
[TRANSFER TALK] Bulgarian Dimitar Berbatov nearly moved from Tottenham Hotspur last summer after he scored 23 goals in his first season with the London club. After another season with 23 goals, Berbatov has made it clear that he wants to play in the Champions League and he could be headed ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Defender Chase Hilgenbrinck, 26, is leaving the New England Revolution to enter a seminary, where he'll study for the next six years in order to be ordained as a Roman Catholic priest. Hilgenbrinck, an Illinois product who played college ball at Clemson, played four years in Chile before coming ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO ARCHIVE] Here's some footage of Fernando Torres' scoring exploits back when he really was "El Nino." Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] Michael Keane consumed one too many bowls of Irish stew, and it's cost him his job. The midfielder was dismissed from Irish club St Patrick's Athletic for being overweight. The club terminated its $6,000 a week contract with the 25-year-old. Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] Luiz Felipe Scolari may have recently claimed that Didier Drogba is "200 percent" part of his plans but that hasn't stopped Marseille fans from raising enough money to buy themselves 6 percent of the player. Read the whole story


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"You don't get information firsthand, because you are not allowed to get it. It would be a good idea to probably implement the same system that you have in the United States in Europe in terms of access." -- Barcelona's Cameroonian striker Samuel Eto'o, during a visit to the USA, says if media in Europe were given more access to players there'd be less inaccurate reporting. Unlike in Europe, American sports leagues allow journalists into the locker room. Major League Baseball locker rooms, for example, are open to media for at least two hours before games and one hour after ...More


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