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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Oct. 3, 2008
An unfair decision but perhaps a fair result left both FC Dallas and San Jose wishing they'd done more in their 1-1 tie Thursday night at Pizza Hut Park. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Oguchi Onyewu won his team's battle with Tim Howard's Everton when Standard Liege beat the Toffees, 2-1, and advanced to the group stage of the UEFA Cup with a 4-3 victory on aggregate. Read the whole story
[FUTSAL WORLD CUP] The USA fell to 0-2 at the Futsal World Cup  in Brazil when it gave up six unanswered goals and lost to Italy, 6-1. Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] Players and staff of French club Marseille had to pass the hat and pool their money to pay for the fuel their charter plane needed to get them home from Madrid after their 2-1 loss to Atletico Madrid in the Champions League on Wednesday. Read the whole story
AC Milan, Sevilla and Tottenham were among the winners as the first round of the UEFA Cup concluded Thursday. For all the results and goal scorers ... Read the whole story

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"The one thing I may have going for me that is hard to quantify is that I've been a Seattle Sounder since I was 17 years old. The pride that I have in that fact gives them another guarantee that it's not just a job for me. It's who I am." -- Brian Schmetzer, who played on the NASL's Seattle Sounders, coached the USL-1's Sounders and is among the candidates for the MLS Sounders FC head coaching job. other candidates are reported to be Columbus Crew coach Sigi Schmid, New England Revolution assistant Paul Mariner and Kansas City technical director ...More

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