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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Jan. 22, 2009
[MLS] Kansas City further revamped its roster for the 2009 season by re-signing attacker Davy Arnaud and midfielder Jack Jewsbury to new four-year contracts, a week after it had restructured the contract of Claudio Lopez and removed his Designated Player status. Read the whole story
The name of the team, the coach, and most of the players have changed, but the next stage of Mike Petke's career is taking him back to New York. Read the whole story
As most observers anticipated, the San Jose Earthquakes failed to make the 2008 playoffs as an expansion team, yet their defense performed up to expectations. The team has retained the services of a key member of its back line. Read the whole story
[DIGICEL UNCAF CUP] Central America's regional championship gets underway on Thursday with special attention on the three teams -- Costa Rica, El Salvador and host Honduras -- that will compete in the final round of World Cup qualifying. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Sacha Kljestan, the 23-year-old Chivas USA midfielder and U.S. international, is in the midst of a one-week trial with Scottish Premier League leader Celtic, which is contemplating making MLS a $2.7 million for the California product. Read the whole story
[ITALY] Kaka will stay with AC Milan, which Manchester City claimed had agreed to sell him to the English club for $147 million. For his part, the Brazilian star said, "Not even for 30 seconds did I think about going to Manchester City. Milan is my home." Read the whole story


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"I think that if they have quality and a Mexican passport, they have to be in the Mexican national team." -- Mexico coach, the Swede Sven-Goran Eriksson, defends the inclusion of four players in his squad who are naturalized Mexican citizens: Argentine-born Matias Vuoso and Lucas Ayala, and Brazilian-born Leandro Augusto and Antonio Naelson. (Reuters) ...More


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