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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2008
[INTERLIGA] The InterLiga, which kicks off on Friday, features eight of Mexico's top clubs in search of two spots in the 2009 Libertadores Cup. Club America America and Guadalajara, which meet Saturday in an InterLiga clasico in Houston, used the break between the Torneo Apertura and the Torneo Clausura to ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Another highly-regarded college player has come back to MLS after failing to land a spot in Europe. Former Duke midfielder Michael Videira has signed with the New England Revolution following a six-month stint in Scotland. Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] The Houston Dynamo failed in its bid to sign Mexican Luis Angel Landin (loaned by Morelia to Cruz Azul), leaving Swede Freddie Ljungberg as the one foreign signing of note for the 2009 season. The only Americans who moving overseas are New England's Michael Parkhurst and Toronto ... Read the whole story
[FRANCE] For the third year in a row, France's Ligue 1 showed a profit with its 20 clubs netting a profit of $35 million for the 2007-08 season. Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] The second-round match between sixth-level Droylsden and fourth-level Chesterfield may go down as the strangest match in English FA Cup history. It took four games before there was a winner, Droylsden, and that was reserved when it was discovered that defender Sean Newton, who scored both goals ... Read the whole story


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"It's obviously a high point to be able to score against one of the best teams in the world. It's the first time I've scored twice in a Premiership game. It rates up there near the very top (of my career). I mean, nothing is better than scoring in the World Cup [which Dempsey accomplished against Ghana in 2006], but it has to be up there because you don't play against the best in the world, or play against the best competition, all the time." -- Clint Dempsey on his two goals for Fulham in its 2-2 tie Sunday with ...More


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