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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Feb. 27, 2009
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Bayern Munich will aim to pull itself out of its Bundesliga slump when it clashes with Werder Bremen on Sunday (GolTV, 11 am ET), one of three games before Landon Donovan is scheduled to return to the Los Angeles Galaxy. Read the whole story
[UEFA CUP] If David Beckham is to stay at AC Milan through the end of the 2008-09 season, he'll only need to worry about Serie A. Milan's European season came to a shocking end when it blew an early 2-0 lead at home against Werder Bremen, giving up two late ... Read the whole story
Four Americans were eliminated from the UEFA Cup on Thursday. With Brad Friedel one of several starters left home, Brad Guzan was in goal for Aston Villa in its 2-0 loss at CSKA Moscow. (Eric Lichaj, 20, was one of several Villa reserves to dress for the game.) The European ... Read the whole story
[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] USL club Puerto Rico followed in the path of league compatriot Montreal to capture the first leg of its Concacaf Champions League quarterfinal at home. But unlike the Impact, which scored early and late to beat Santos Laguna, 2-0, the Islanders needed to rally, and did. Read the whole story
[MLS] Among the more anticipated meetings of the 2008 MLS season were matches between New York and D.C. United that matched former River Plate players Juan Pablo Angel and Marcelo Gallardo. Their 2009 teams met on Thursday. Angel is starting his third season with the Red Bulls, but didn't play ... Read the whole story
[REF WATCH] Vanderlei Luxemburgo, coach of Brazilian club Palmeiras, praised three of his players for intentionally getting yellow cards so they would serve an accumulated-caution suspension against a modest opponent. Read the whole story


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"You're better off asking someone else about that because it doesn't change me wanting to play at this club [AC Milan] and I'm sure it doesn't change other people's desire for me to stay and play for this club either, so we'll just have to wait and see." -- David Beckham on being asked whether he'll return from AC Milan to the Galaxy when the loan deal ends March 9 once again reminds us how much enthusiasm he has for MLS. (AFP) ...More


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