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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2008
American fans love to romanticize about players who find jobs with European clubs, yet the success record of them moving up the U.S. national team depth chart is spotty at best. With the news of the Columbus Crew's Chad Marshall testing the German market with Bundesliga 2 team Mainz 04 ... Read the whole story
[ARGENTINA] Boca Juniors, Tigre and San Lorenzo are in a three-way tie for first in the Argentine league with just one game left in the Opening Championship. Read the whole story
[ENGLAND] Tottenham traveled to West Ham United and deservedly won, 2-0, in Monday's all-London Premier League clash. Read the whole story
[DIGICEL CARIBBEAN CHAMPIONSHIP] Trinidad & Tobago, the only Caribbean nation still alive in World Cup 2010 qualifying, has been knocked out of the Digicel Caribbean Championship, which serves as Caribbean qualifying for the 2009 Gold Cup. Host Jamaica (loaded with MLS players), Grenada (which qualified for the first time), Cuba ... Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] When ITV broadcast live from the locker room of minor league team Histon to capture its celebrations after an FA Cup win over Leeds United, it provided a national television audience with the image of a buck-naked Histon player performing a victory dance. Read the whole story
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE/TV SCHEDULE] The final round of group play takes place Tuesday and Wednesday, but 13 of the 16 knockout round qualifiers have already been determined. The five teams in contention for the final three spots compete on Tuesday. Chelsea, Roma and Bordeaux compete for the top two spots ... Read the whole story


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"It was like playing against Ronaldinho on the Playstation - he did the exact same run-up, it was very strange." - Palermo goalkeeper Marco Amelia reveals how he stopped a penalty kick by AC Milan's Brazilian star Ronaldinho late last month. (Goal.com) ...More


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