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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2008
[MLS] 2008 MVP Guillermo Barros Schelotto, the key to Columbus' MLS title win, will be returning to Columbus, which has elevated the Argentine to Designated Player status. That enables it to pay him a reported salary of $650,000, nearly twice as much as his 2008 earnings. For a history of ... Read the whole story
[MLS] March 19 isn't the earliest starting date for an MLS season. It's not even in the top two. Still, it's 10 days earlier than the 2008 season, and the third earliest in league history. Only the 1998 (March 15) and 2000 (March 18) seasons got underway prior to the ... Read the whole story
[MLS] About an hour before MLS Cup 2008 kicked off at Home Depot Center, San Jose keeper Joe Cannon confirmed he'd been informed by Quakes management the option on his contract wasn't being picked up for 2009. Read the whole story
[U.S. WOMEN] Kristine Lilly, the world's all-time cap leader with 340 international appearances, is set to make her first appearance for the USA in 2008 when the USA faces China in a pair of games, Dec. 13 at the Home Dept Center in Carson, Calif., and Dec. 17 at Ford ... Read the whole story
[ENGLAND] Burnley knocked Arsenal's teenage team out of the English League Cup at the quarterfinal stage. Derby County also reached the semifinal. 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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