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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2008
Zakumi the Leopard is the official mascot of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Zakumi, the 12th World Cup mascot since the tradition began in 1966, is the third of the feline persuasion after World Cup Willie (1966) and Goleo, the big pantless lion of Germany 2006. Only once ... Read the whole story
[MLS] By notching four points in two matches it has played without the assist catalyst, Guillermo Barros Schelotto, Columbus ended a three-year playoff drought. For a playoff race update ... Read the whole story
Rather than jam its postponed Concacaf Champions' League match into an already crowded schedule, the Houston Dynamo will instead delay it as long as possible. Hurricane Ike forced the Dynamo's first of six CCL matches last Wednesday against Salvadoran champion CD Luis Angel Firpo to be rescheduled, and on Monday ... Read the whole story
[ARGENTINA] Reigning champion River Plate has made a stumbling start to the new Argentine season. On Sunday, it lost to unfancied opposition, while its main rival, Boca Juniors, fell at home for its first defeat of the season. Read the whole story
It will be a busy week for the Montreal Impact with a Concacaf Champions League game against Atlante of Mexico in Montreal on Wednesday. The Impact then heads to Seattle to face the USL First Division defending champion Sounders in the first round of the USL-1 quarterfinals on Friday and ... Read the whole story


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"I'm not surprised there were so many yellow cards. The referee is there for this. If players don't respect him they should get a yellow or red. Not only for Manchester United-Chelsea, Liverpool, any club if they don't respect the referee." -- Chelsea coach Luiz Felipe Scolari after referee Mike Riley showed eight yellow cards during Sunday's Chelsea-Manchester United 1-1 draw. Seven of the cards went to Man U players. (AP) ...More


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