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Home >Soccer America Daily > Monday, Dec. 15, 2008
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Oguchi Onyewu could have played his last important game for Standard Liege before heading to France. Scouts for French club Marseille were once again on hand Sunday to watch the giant American defender in action for the Belgian champion in its 4-1 win at Club Brugge, and reports ... Read the whole story
[MLS] A month after its bid for its third straight MLS title ended, Houston Dynamo dealt star Dwayne De Rosario to Toronto FC as part of its effort to rebuild its attack. De Rosario, who grew up in the Toronto suburb of Scarborough, returned home in a trade that sent ... Read the whole story
[CLUB WORLD CUP] Jose Francisco Torres became the first American to play in the Club World Cup when he started for Mexico's Pachuca in its 4-2 overtime win over Egypt's Al Ahly on Saturday before more than 30,000 fans in Tokyo. Read the whole story
[DIGICEL CARIBBEAN CHAMPIONSHIP] Former England star John Barnes passed his first test as Jamaica's national team coach with flying colors as the Reggae Boyz won the Digicel Caribbean Championship with a 2-0 win over Grenada in Sunday's final played at Kingston's National Stadium. Five MLS players -- Shavar Thomas, Tyrone ... Read the whole story
[SPAIN] Barcelona overcame Real Madrid with two late goals from Samuel Eto'o and Lionel Messi in the superclasico. Despite appearing as a second-half sub, Jozy Altidore couldn't prevent 10-man Villareal from losing at Sevilla. Read the whole story
[ENGLAND] All the top four teams tied, allowing Brad Friedel and Aston Villa to slip ahead of Arsenal into fourth place after its 4-2 win over Bolton. Read the whole story
[ITALY] Juventus beat Milan, 4-2, in the weekend's big game as Serie A went wild, averaging over four goals per game. Inter beat last-place Chievo to retain its six-point lead. Read the whole story
[GERMANY] Hoffenheim took the unofficial "fall champion" title, but the top teams could only tie on the Bundesliga's final round of play before its six-week winter break. Read the whole story


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"Women's soccer is on a tremendous growth pattern in the U.S. This is a huge opportunity for us." -- Jochen Zeitz, chief executive of Puma, on the three-year deal the German company is expected to announce Monday with Women's Professional Soccer. Puma will pay roughly $10 million to become the official equipment supplier to WPS. (Wall Street Journal) ...More


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