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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Jan. 9, 2009
[MLS] If so many MLS coaches spend so much of their time scouting college players, why do they all show up at the MLS Combine, which begins Saturday in Fort Lauderdale? Well, every year, a Chris Rolfe (University of Dayton) or Geoff Cameron (Rhode Island) is on display and turns ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] Ezra Hendrickson, who capped his 12-season tenure in Major League Soccer by helping the Crew to its first MLS Cup championship in 2008 -- and his third with three different teams -- announced his retirement. Hendrickson, who turns 37 next week, played 298 regular-season and playoff games ... Read the whole story
[WPS] With a week to go before the Women's Professional League's draft of college players, to be held Jan. 16 at the NSCAA Convention in St. Louis, only four foreign players whose negotiating rights were obtained by WPS teams have signed to play in the 2009 season, but women's soccer ... Read the whole story
[INTERLIGA] Morelia cranked up its wheezing attack just in time to earn a spot in the Interliga finals by beating group winner Pachuca and getting some help from Toluca to edge through in second place. The final day of play in Group A at Home Depot Center Thursday produced a ... Read the whole story
[ITALY] AC Milan coach Carlo Ancelotti says David Beckham is "still not in form" but that the Los Angeles Galaxy loan player could see Italian Serie A action Sunday when the Rossoneri take on Roma (TV: 2:30 pm ET, Fox Soccer Channel & Fox Sports en Espanol). Read the whole story
[MEXICO] Most European clubs approach the January transfer window cautiously, but in Mexico, where the league championship is split into two seasons, clubs shuffle their rosters during the second transfer window. At Puebla, which is in danger of being relegated at the end of the 2009 Torneo Clausura, former FC ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"The Ferrari went straight into the wall, his front left-hand wheel came off and then Ronaldo got out of the car. ... Obviously I was stunned at seeing a Ferrari go in the wall and seeing Ronaldo. He was obviously shaken - who wouldn't be? - but it's a shame about the car as well." -- Jody Lomax, who witnessed Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo total his car. Ronaldo was able to practice later that day. Go HERE for video of the smashed up Ferrari. (BBC) ...More


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