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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, March 26, 2009
[HEXAGONAL] Costa Rica remains the only team to beat Mexico on Mexican soil in World Cup qualifying, and the Ticos aim to repeat the feat on Saturday (TV: Telemundo, 6 pm ET) in the teams' second game of final round World Cup qualifying. The Mexicans are nervous, for sure, having ... Read the whole story
[WPS] Wednesday was the final day for Women's Professionel Soccer teams to make cuts to get their rosters down to the maximum of 18 players plus four developmental players. For all the rosters ... Read the whole story
[BY THE NUMBERS] The University of North Carolina and Brazil have supplied the most talent to Women's Professionel Soccer teams. Five holdovers from the 1999 U.S. World Cup championship team are among the former WUSA players on opening day rosters. Read the whole story
The schedule for the World Football Challenge that will feature four international club teams in six U.S. cities this summer is one piece of a busy calendar. Returning for 2009 is SuperLiga, the annual exhibition tournament contested by that MLS Commissioner Don Garber says is important because it gives MLS ... Read the whole story
[MLS] When the Red Bulls lined up at Home Depot Center last fall to play Columbus in MLS Cup 2008, rookie midfielder Luke Sassano took a spot in central midfield to start his fourth straight playoff game despite a sore ankle to which had been festooned a big bag of ... Read the whole story
[BRAZIL] 2002 World Cup champ Ronaldo, who was out for nearly a year with a knee injury, continues to perform well for Brazilian club Corinthians, for which he scored twice in a 2-2 tie with Ponte Preta in the Paulista championship on Wednesday. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"What were you doing punching the corner flag? You're a crazy man, a crazy man." -- England coach Fabio Capello to striker Wayne Rooney, who was red-carded for throwing the ball toward the referee and punched the corner flag on the way to the locker room in an English Premier League game last weekend. The Manchester United striker is in the England camp preparing for a friendly against Slovakia on Saturday and a World Cup qualifier against Ukraine four days later. (The Times) ...More


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