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Home > Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2008
[MLS] Canada coach Dale Mitchell has added his voice to a growing chorus of those who don't like the artificial surface at BMO Field, and his isn't the only voice that's getting louder and louder. The issue is fast becoming a cause célèbre north of the border and might soon ... Read the whole story
[GERMANY] Hoffenheim, a village with a population of 3,272, is the surprise leader of Germany's Bundesliga after two days, and its star is a former St. Louis prep star. Read the whole story
[MLS] Sainey Nyassi's quick pace has added a new dimension the New England Revolution's attack. The 19-year-old Gambian midfielder has made 17 appearances (15 starts) for the Revs in 2008. Get to know Nyassi in this profile by Soccer America's Bryan Alvarez that covers on- and off-field experiences. Read the whole story
[OLYMPICS] Men's and women's soccer games at the 2008 Olympic Games drew a total attendance of 2.14 million, making soccer the biggest draw at the Games and setting a record for soccer attendance at the Olympics. USA-hosted Olympics in 1984 and 1996 held previous soccer attendance records. For Olympic soccer ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS IN MEXICO] Defender Edgar Castillo has played the full 90 in all of Santos' five Apertura 2008 games this season, including Sunday's 5-3 win over Chivas Guadalajara. Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"You know how to make yogurt, but you don't know anything about soccer." -- What Al-Zawraa fans chanted during the Iraqi Cup final, which the Baghdad club lost, 1-0, to Irbil, the club from the capital of the Kurdish region in Northern Iraq that is known for its dairy. The sellout crowd of 50,000 was largest Baghdad crowd for a sporting event since the U.S. occupation of Iraq began in 2003. (AP) ...More

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