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Home > Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2008
[MLS] To the list of young players signed recently by MLS to new contracts can be added FC Dallas defender Drew Moor, but not Kenny Cooper. Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney reveals who else got new deals with the league. Read the whole story
[BY THE NUMBERS] As the USA prepares for its World Cup qualifying clash with Trinidad & Tobago on Wednesday in Bridgeview, Ill., we look at the stats that standout. ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Bakary Soumare's solid play has helped Chicago yield a league-low 18 goals this year. Get to know Soumare in this profile by Soccer America's Bryan Alvarez that covers on- and off-field experiences. ... Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] Antonio Mohamed, coach of Argentine club Colon, would rather pay fines than stop smoking on the bench. He has spent $750 for breaking the no-smoking rule instituted August 2005. But the Argentine federation has announced it won't allow him to purchase his smoking time anymore and will ... Read the whole story
World Cup 2010 qualifying continues with 42 midweek games. Besides USA-Trinidad & Tobago, the televised games include Serbia-France and Portugal-Denmark. For all the qualifying schedule ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"I'm sad because I left my teammates with 10 players again. In the first incident, the referee could have sent me off. They were two senseless tackles, a rush of blood to the head which has made me miss another important Argentina game." -- Argentina's Carlos Tevez offers a mea culpa for receiving his second red card in three games in World Cup qualifying. The Manchester United forward was sent off in the 31st minute of Saturday's 1-1 tie with Paraguay. (Reuters) ...More


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