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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2008
[MLS] The MLS playoff jumble may add a few more variables this week, as key injured players get ready to get back into it. D.C. United and FC Dallas, which are just below the playoff zone, stand to benefit. Read the whole story
[MLS] The playoff race standings. ... Read the whole story
[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Houston still must play four of its six group games, yet the Dynamo strengthened the chances of advancement in the regional championship by coming home from Mexico City with a spectacular 4-4 tie against UNAM at the Stadio Olimpico Universitario on Wednesday. Read the whole story
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] There were easy wins for Arsenal and Manchester United in Tuesday's UEFA Champions League group action. But Belarus side BATE Barisov gave Juventus a fright, holding it to a 2-2 draw. Read the whole story
Day 2 of the UEFA Champions League group stage concludes Wednesday. Six of the eight games, including Liverpool-PSV, are available on television. For all the games on television ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Jorge Flores scored three goals in his first three appearances for Chivas USA, which coincided with the club's rise in the Western Conference after a slow start to the MLS season. The 19-year-old Flores, who earned his spot with Chivas USA through the televised open tryout, Sueno MLS, has ... Read the whole story
The regular-season champion Puerto Rico Islanders led all teams with three players named to the USL First Division all-league first team. For all the first- and second-team selections ... Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST/VIDEO] On Wednesday (8 pm ET), Gol TV will air a show, "The Art of Football," featuring former Monty Python star John Cleese explaining the rules of the game. For a sample in which Cleese tries to clarify the offside rule. ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"I got two matches for calling a referee 'Coco the Clown.'" -- Joe Kinnear, who signed a contract to coach Newcastle for six games, on why he is suspended for the first two games: a sideline ban from when as Nottingham Forest coach he insulted a ref four years ago. (Telegraph) ...More


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