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Home > Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2008
[MLS/LIST] Forwards Adam Cristman and Jovan Kirovski were traded Monday as MLS teams begin the process of tweaking their rosters for the 2009 season. Teams are allowed to protect 11 players and can only lose one player in the expansion draft, to be held Wednesday. Expansion club Seattle Sounders FC ... Read the whole story
[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Several MLS teams, not just coach-less newcomer Seattle Sounders FC, are in tricky situations as they prepare for the expansion draft Wednesday, but only Houston is also getting ready to play a competitive match. Read the whole story
[MLS] The MLS Board of Governors approved changes affecting its competition format, schedule parameters, roster size and playoff format. Concacaf Champions League qualifiers and SuperLiga participants were also announced. Read the whole story
[ARGENTINA] Boca Juniors took over the top spot in Argentina thanks to an incredible volley from Luciano Gabriel Figueroa. Read the whole story
[ENGLAND] Tim Howard and Everton were downed by Wigan Athletic in Monday evening's Premier League game. Read the whole story
[AWARDS] The Puerto Rico Islanders (USL-1), Cleveland City Stars (USL-2), Ocean City Barons (PDL) and Pali Blues (W-League) were named organizations of the year in United Soccer Leagues' honors handed out Friday night its annual Hall of Fame and Awards Dinner in Tampa. Read the whole story

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