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Home > Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2008
[MLS] Much of the playoff schedule is yet to be determined but MLS and ESPN2 have already anointed the Chicago-New England Eastern Conference semifinal series for coverage on its two Thursday night postseason windows. Read the whole story
[ARGENTINA] River Plate has slumped to the depths of the Argentine first division after its latest humiliation -- losing at home to shorthanded rival Boca Juniors. Read the whole story
[MLS] D.C. United's Jaime Moreno will play with the Bolivian national team for the 74th and last time Wednesday night in a friendly against El Salvador at RFK Stadium. Read the whole story
[FUTSAL] Brazil won the 6th FIFA Futsal World Cup last weekend, beating two-time defending champ Spain in the final in a penalty-kick tiebreaker after a 2-2 draw. Brazil's title win marked its fourth since the tournament was inaugurated in 1989. Read the whole story
The UEFA Champions League resumes with Day 3 of the group stage on Tuesday and Wednesday. Tuesday's action includes two Manchester United-Celtic, a battle of English and Scottish champions, and Juventus-Real Madrid, a matchup of teams that have won 11 European Cup titles between them. Read the whole story


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