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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, July 30, 2008
[SUPERLIGA] For one night, at least, the two-time defending MLS Cup winner looked the part, and as a consequence, Houston has reached the SuperLiga final. Defender Bobby Boswell tucked away a flicked-on corner kick and Corey Ashe headed in a late clinching goal to carry the Dynamo past Pachuca, winner ... Read the whole story
[MLS] FC Dallas has responded to one vexing question by deciding not to sell forward Kenny Cooper and as of Tuesday night had not come to any conclusion regarding midfielder Juan Toja Read the whole story
[TRANSFER TALK] The Cristiano Ronaldo transfer saga has been going on since Manchester United's Champions League victory on May 21, and 10 weeks later it remains unresolved. Now the uncertainty over the winger's transfer is affecting the Real Madrid players, who have grown frustrated with the ubiquity of the Ronaldo ... Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST/OLYMPICS] The United States Men's Olympic team will face a Nigerian team short on hair when the countries meet in Beijing on August 13. Samson Siasia, coach of Nigeria's U-23 Olympic team, has issued a mandate to all of his players: cut your hair or get lost. Read the whole story
[REF WATCH] Referee Matt Stoneman found himself in a difficult situation when he allowed a controversial goal in a Pacific Premiership soccer match in New Zealand. Read the whole story
[FRANCE] Paris Saint-Germain has lost the right to defend its French League Cup trophy. The French soccer federation banned the team because of incidents that occurred during the club's 2-1 final victory over Lens this past spring. Read the whole story
Donna Shalala, who served eight years as the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services under President Clinton and is currently the President of the University of Miami, is the third Independent Director named to the U.S. Soccer Federation's Board of Directors. The three Independent Director positions were created at ... Read the whole story
U.S. U-17 boys national team coach Wilmer Cabrera has taken 24 players on a 16-day tour of Central America. The team will travel to Panama, Guatemala and Honduras, where it will play two games apiece against youth national teams. The majority of players spent the spring in the U.S. Soccer ... Read the whole story


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"Right now, with my move to Dortmund, it looks like I will first make any kind of decision regarding national teams after my first season here. It's already tough enough to fight for a starting spot here, and I don't need any extra baggage at this early point in my career." -- Neven Subotic, a 19-year-old defender who was on the USA's U-17 2005 World Cup team, on whether he'll choose to play for the USA at the senior level or for other national teams he is eligible for. Subotic was born in what is now Bosnia and Herzegovina to ...More


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