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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Aug. 15, 2008
The SuperClasico is supposed to be the most passionate rivalry in MLS, yet in some ways it played a reserve role Thursday night. With Bruce Arena in attendance at Home Depot Center in the luxury box used by Anschutz Entertainment Group president Tim Leiweke, Cobi Jones on the sideline making ... Read the whole story
Nearly two decades after dazzling the local soccer scene as a phenomenal teenage soccer player, Kasey Keller is coming home. Discussions regarding Keller coming to MLS had run hot and cold for the past few years, but once the entry of Seattle Sounders FC into MLS became official last December, ... Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP 2010] Red-hot FC Dallas striker Kenny Cooper and Freddy Adu are notable omissions on U.S. coach Bob Bradley's 17-man roster for the first World Cup qualifying game of the semifinal group round, Aug. 20 at Guatemala. Adu played in the USA's first two qualifying games, the two-leg win ... Read the whole story
[CRIME & PUNISHMENT] FIFA has ordered Romania striker Adrian Mutu to pay Chelsea $25.6 million in compensation for failing a drug test in 2004 by testing positive for cocaine. Read the whole story
Jeff Cunningham, who's one goal shy of his 100th career MLS goal, could make his debut for FC Dallas, which he joined last week from Toronto, against Columbus, where he played in 1998-2004. ... D.C. United aims to recover from its 4-1 loss to New York when it travels to ... Read the whole story


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"We play soccer like the Brazilians play Ping-Pong." -- Li Weifeng, captain of China's men's national soccer team, which exited in the first round of the Olympic tournament with two losses and a tie. (New York Times) ...More


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