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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, July 29, 2008
Chad Barrett made it to Salt Lake City in time to play for Toronto FC in a rare Monday night MLS contest, but never got into uniform, much less the match. As the live body sent by Chicago to TFC in the Brian McBride allocation deal, Barrett spent the match ... Read the whole story
[MLS] There are indeed changes afoot at FC Dallas, but so far, none of them have moved midfielder Juan Toja or forward Kenny Cooper. Pending transfers of those two players, to Steaua Bucharest and SK Rosenborg, respectively, are still pending. Two other deals were announced Monday, with FCD acquiring Brazilian ... Read the whole story
[YOUTH] The USA fell to host Northern Ireland, 3-1, on Monday in the opening of the Milk Cup's Elite Section. Read the whole story
[TRANSFER TALK] Liverpool has captured the signature of Robbie Keane from Tottenham Hotspur. The Ireland captain signed a four-year deal with the Anfield club, while the two sides agreed to a $38 million transfer fee that could rise to $40.5 million, depending on performance-related clauses. In an unprecedented gesture, Liverpool ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO] South Korea goalkeeper Jung Sung-Ryeong scored a long-distance goal in a U-23 friendly against the Ivory Coast. Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] After failing to establish himself in the Romanian league, 24-year-old Adrian Patulea traveled to England in hopes of earning a contract with a professional team. Patulea asked coaches at several different clubs to give him a trial but they refused, citing complications with his work forms. Frustrated, ... Read the whole story
[CRIME & PUNISHMENT] Southampton winger Nathan Dyer has been ordered to commit 60 hours of community service by the Portsmouth Magistrates' Court. The 20-year-old was charged along with teammate Bradley Wright-Phillips and three other men for committing burglary at a Southsea nightlub. Dyer, whose salary works out to $10,000 a ... Read the whole story


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"When you acted the way you did you demeaned the efforts of a 14-year-old who was trying hard and [you] set a bad example for the children, including your own child." -- Canadian judge Joseph De Filippis while giving a conditional discharge with a one-year probation and an order to perform 25 hours of community service to Sandra Gutierrez-Aldana, who, at her son's U-8 soccer, berated a 14-year-old girl referee and punched the ref's dad. (NewsDurhamRegion.com) ...More


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