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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2008
[MLS] If there's an MLS expansion draft on a Wednesday, somebody must be working late in Northern California on Tuesday night. The offices of Match Analysis in Emeryville is where Seattle Sounders FC president Adrian Hanauer and technical director Chris Henderson spent the entire day and much of the night ... Read the whole story
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Manchester United, Arsenal, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid were among seven clubs to secure a place in the knockout phase of the Champions League in Tuesday's group play. Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] Manchester commuters were reportedly stunned to see Manchester City's Brazilian star, Robinho, who earns $250,000 a week, take public transportation. Robinho spent $9 on bus tickets for him and his girlfriend for a central Manchester-Trafford Centre roundtrip. Read the whole story
[EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES] Soccer America provides the latest on employment opportunities for soccer-related positions. They include college coaching opportunities, as well as jobs in pro soccer, youth soccer, the soccer industry and television. Read the whole story

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"I guess you have to go back to youth soccer. We won a few State Cups with the [La Jolla] Nomads." -- Frankie Hejduk, 34, who scored Columbus' third goal in its 3-1 MLS Cup win over the New York Red Bulls, upon being asked to recall his previous club titles. Hejduk has played nine years of MLS ball, spent four years in the German Bundesliga, one year in the Swiss league, and he played three seasons at UCLA. (San Diego Union-Tribune) ...More

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