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Home > Soccer America Daily > Friday, April 10, 2009
[MLS] D.C. United's future in Washington does not look bright. Following another setback in its effort get a stadium project off the ground, MLS Commissioner Don Garber told the Washington Post's Soccer Insider that the team will be moved if it can't get a deal done soon. Read the whole story
[MLS PREDICTIONS] The expansion Seattle Sounders FC should make it four wins in four games, but will their shutout streak continue? The first SuperClasico pits unbeaten and untied Chivas USA against the struggling Galaxy at the HDC. For all of Soccer America's predictions, as well as TV viewing information, and ... Read the whole story
[SIGN OF THE TIMES] Despite record revenues of $371 million, Manchester United's parent company, Red Football Joint Venture, suffered pre-tax losses of $65.6 million in 2007-08 in part because of interest payments on loans its owners are unable to restructure in the current economic environment. Read the whole story
[WPS] All the Women's Professional Soccer action is on the East Coast this weekend with home openers for Boston and Washington and Sky Blue FC's second game at TD Bank Park. For a look at Saturday's games ... Read the whole story
The two German teams (Hamburg and Werder Bremen) and two Ukrainian teams (Shakhtar Donetsk and Dynamo Kiev) have the edge after the first legs of the UEFA Cup quarterfinals. For all the results and goal scorers ... Read the whole story

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"We no doubt will end up considering venues, stadiums, that don't exist today. Not in the same way that some of the other countries bidding are, because they're talking about building venues for the World Cup, but given the turnover with top NFL stadiums and top university stadiums that are likely to be built between now and 2018 and 2022, we think that eminently possible." -- Sunil Gulati, president of U.S. Soccer and chairman of the USA Bid Committee, on the list of stadiums the USA is looking at for the 2018 or 2022 World Cups growing from an initial ...More

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