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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, March 19, 2009
[MY VIEW] It's all coming together for MLS in the Northwest. As it should be. The Seattle Sounders FC will make their MLS debut against New York Thursday before a sell-out crowd at (down-sized) Qwest Field (TV: ESPN2, 9 pm ET). On Wednesday, MLS announced that Vancouver will join the ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Journalists really shouldn't make game predictions public, since objectivity is a prerequisite to doing the job properly, and there's nothing neutral about sticking your neck out declaring this team or that team -- or in the case of soccer, neither team - is going to win. But we'll go ... Read the whole story
[U.S. ABROAD] Carlos Bocanegra started for Rennes in its 2-0 win over third division Rodez in the quarterfinals of the French Cup. Freddy Adu did not play in Monaco's 2-0 loss at Grenoble. Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP 2010 QUALIFYING] Less than two weeks before it hosts the United States in the Hexagonal, El Salvador has been rocked by a player strike. Twenty-three of 24 players -- all but U.S. resident Edwin Miranda -- walked out of training on Tuesday afternoon to protest the non-payment of ... Read the whole story
[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Santos took a slim lead in its Concacaf Champions League semifinal series with Mexican rival Atlante, beating the Cancun club, 2-1, at home on Wednesday thanks to two spectacular goals by Colombian Carlos Quintero. Read the whole story
[ENGLAND] On the heels of two of the biggest wins in Liverpool history, Reds manager Rafael Benitez won another battle when he earned a new five-year contract valued at $6 million a year. Just as important, the Spaniard won greater control over personnel matters, ending a prolonged battle with Liverpool's ... Read the whole story
[TELEVISION] Fox Soccer Channel has named Mark Rogondino to handle play-by-play responsibilities and Jenn Hildreth to do the color for its WPS Sunday broadcasts of Women's Professional Soccer's inaugural 2009 season. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"It hurt me in the soul that they have branded me a traitor but I can't do anything about it." -- Diego Maradona telling Radio Mitre how upset he was to be labeled a traitor by fans of Boca Juniors, his former club, following Boca playmaker Juan Roman Riquelme's decision last week to quit the Argentine national team, saying that he could not work with Maradona, the coach. ...More


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