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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Sept. 18, 2008
The busy, crowded schedule of the Houston Dynamo just got busier, and more crowded. In the aftermath of Hurricane Ike, an MLS match Saturday at Robertson Stadium against San Jose has been postponed to Oct. 15. Houston was supposed to play Luis Angel Firpo in its Concacaf Champions League opener ... Read the whole story
[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS CUP] For the second time in two days, a USL First Division team defeated a team that had knocked an MLS team out of the Concacaf Champions League. Defender Stefano Pesoli and Tony Donatelli scored Wednesday to give the Montreal Impact a 2-0 win over Joe Public of ... Read the whole story
[U.S. WOMEN] The U.S. women's national team beat Ireland for the second time in five days with a 1-0 victory on Wednesday night at Giants Stadium. Natasha Kai's goal in the 72nd minute gave the Americans their record-tying 28th win of the year. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Less than a month after being edged by Liverpool in the third qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League, Belgian champion Standard Liege returns to Merseyside to face Everton in the first leg of the first round of the UEFA Cup, setting up a battle of American stars ... Read the whole story
Despite the introduction of star Cristiano Ronaldo in the second half, defending champion Manchester United had to settle for a 0-0 tie with Spain's Villarreal to open the group stage of the 2008-09 UEFA Champions League. For all the Day 1 results and goal scorers ... Read the whole story


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"I think only in England this would happen. In other countries, the referee is the God." -- Chelsea manager Luiz Felipe Scolari on the English Football Association's decision to overturn Chelsea captain John Terry's red card against Manchester City -- which will allow Terry to play against Manchester United on Sunday instead of begin serving a three-game suspension. (Sky Sports) ...More


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