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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Feb. 20, 2009
[AMERICANS ABROAD] With both its regular forwards injured, Landon Donovan could get his first start for Bayern Munich when it faces Cologne on Saturday (GolTV 11:30 am ET). Earlier this week, Bayern chairman Karlheinz Rummenigge downplayed the American's chances of staying past the loan deal, but the injuries and a ... Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP 2010] The sale of the approximately 3 million tickets available for the 2010 World Cup begins Friday. For information on how fans can purchase tickets ... Read the whole story
[MLS] With a month to go before New York opens the 2009 season in Seattle, head coach Juan Carlos Osorio took the time to scout talent in El Salvador. Read the whole story
[MLS] Chicago led until the final minute of its exhibition match against Mexican second division club Queretaro FC Wednesday but was left with a 1-1 tie at the final whistle. Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] D.C. United's signing of Congolese forward Ange N'Silu from Swiss third division club Le Mont-sur-Lausanne is the latest in a group of MLS imports, 16 in all. Seven of them are Americans returning from abroad, most notably Bobby Convey to San Jose and Kasey Keller to Seattle. ... Read the whole story
Dutch clubs Ajax and Marseille pulled upsets with 1-0 wins on the road at Fiorentina and Marseille, respectively, in the first leg of their UEFA Cup round-of-32 series. For all of Thursday's results and goal scorers ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"I'd be a very stupid person to say there will not be any effect on the World Cup from the global recession. The problem is we don't know just how big an impact it will have on the World Cup. Early completion of stadiums will allow us to determine the exact number of tickets to be made available. For now, we have approximately three million tickets available." -- David Will, chairman of FIFA's World Cup ticketing committee, on World Cup 2010 ticket sales, which begin Friday. (BBC Sport) ...More


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