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Home > Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2008
[MY VIEW] In the next few days, names of players summoned by U.S. coach Bob Bradley for the next two Concacaf World Cup qualifiers will begin to leak out, with the inclusion or lack thereof of Freddy Adu, Jozy Altidore, Eddie Johnson and Kenny Cooper drawing the most interest. Read the whole story
[ENGLAND] Just two days after Hull City's stunning 2-1 victory over Arsenal, the Tigers' chairman, Paul Duffen, issued a warning about the state of the English Premier League. And it wasn't about the race for the 2009 championship. Read the whole story
Mock it if you will, but the naming-rights deal announced today for its new stadium moves Real Salt Lake up another notch in the business sector, more than a week before it unveils its new home on national television. Read the whole story
[ARGENTINA] River Plate defender Facundo Quiroga scored with a spectacular overhead kick at the weekend. Typifying the club's fortunes so far this season, it went into the back of his own net. Read the whole story
The UEFA Champions League resumes with Day 2 of group play. Tuesday's marquee game is last year's UEFA Cup champion, Zenit St. Petersburg, against Real Madrid. For all the games on television ... Read the whole story


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