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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2009
[MLS] Real Salt Lake attained so much in 2008 - opening a new stadium, reaching the playoffs for the first time, reaching the Western Conference final - that the offseason should have been the time to savor those accomplishments and look forward to an even better 2009. Instead, the team ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Of the many needs being addressed by Galaxy coach Bruce Arena, left back has been one of the more problematic. Mike Randolph played some of his 20 games there as a rookie in 2008, and veteran Ante Jazic, limited by injuries to 15 games, has been traded to Chivas ... Read the whole story
[USA-MEXICO COUNTDOWN] Mexico striker Carlos Ochoa, who played high school and college ball in Southern California, says criticism of his team's recent poor form has united the squad, which he believes is better than the U.S. team and will overcome Ohio's frigid conditions in the Hexagonal opener on Feb. 11. Read the whole story
[HEXAGONAL] The second U.S. home game of final round World Cup qualifying will take place at LP Field in Nashville, Tenn., April 1. The match against Trinidad & Tobago will be the USA's third of the Hexagonal, following its Feb. 11 clash with Mexico and its March 28 game at ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] FC Gold Pride of Women's Professional Soccer signed its first foreigner when 30-year-old Brazilian Formiga, a veteran of four Women's World Cups and four Olympic tournaments, agreed to a one-year contract. Formiga was the first overall draft pick at the WPS International Draft. Of the seven WPS ... Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] After Wolverhampton Wanderers fell, 1-0, to Reading last week in the English second division, Wolves coach Mick McCarthy turned the postgame press conference into an R-rated affair. Read the whole story


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