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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2009
Charlie Davies, a 22-year-old New Hampshire product, was the Swedish league's fourth leading scorer in 2008 after a rough first season. He now eyes a regular role with the U.S. national team and moving to a bigger club in Europe. Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP 2010] The notion that organizing the World Cup in South Africa is like organizing it anywhere else is pure fantasy as evidenced by the news that Jimmy Mohlala, a member of the Nelspruit venue organizing committee and an outspoken critic of corruption in stadium construction contracts, was murdered ... Read the whole story
[MLS] The melding of the USL and MLS versions of the Seattle Sounders has added another element, that of goalkeeper Chris Eylander. Read the whole story
[INTERLIGA] A pair of 1-0 InterLiga Monday matches propelled Pachuca into the finals with one Group A game left to play and left Morelia, which lost to UAG ("Tecos"), seething at a goal scored with one of its players laying on the ground, apparently injured. Read the whole story
[REF WATCH] Responding to reports in December that the red card Chippenham's David Pratt received three seconds after entering the game set a world record, the Irish Times' Mary Hannigan recalled an ejection in 2000 of Cross Farm Park Celtic's Lee Todd two seconds into a Sunday league game. Read the whole story
[U.S. SOCCER] Ten games in the final round 2010 World Cup qualifying are just part of the USA's crowded 2009 schedule, which includes two major tournaments and a Jan. 24 home friendly to kick off the year. Read the whole story

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