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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, April 14, 2009
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Heath Pearce, the starting U.S. left back for the first two games of the final round of World Cup 2010 qualifying, has been dropped from German Second Division club Hansa Rostock's first team by Coach Andreas Zachhuber "for performance reasons." Read the whole story
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Down 3-1 after the first leg, Liverpool must score at least three goals in Tuesday's second leg of its UEFA Champions League quarterfinal series with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge (TV: ESPN2, live, 2:30 pm ET) to have any chance of advancing. Impossible? Lowly Bolton scored three goals ... Read the whole story
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Barcelona won the first leg of its UEFA Champions League series with Bayern Munich by a margin of 4-0, but it is taking nothing for granted going into Tuesday's second leg (TV: ESPN Deportes, Setanta Sports USA, live, 2:30 pm ET). Read the whole story
[VIEWING PARTIES], ESPN's sports broadband network, and Verizon are hosting viewing parties, offering simultaneous viewing of both UEFA Champions League games on Tuesday and Wednesday in Boston, New York and Washington. For information on where to watch ... Read the whole story
[COLLEGE] Trevor Adair, who has coached Clemson's men's team for the last 14 seasons, was placed on a leave of absence after being arrested early Saturday morning for allegedly assaulting his two daughters. Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] Brazilian clubs Juventude and Caxias promoted their clash as a "peace match" and held a pregame "Fraternity Breakfast" that included fan club leaders, police officials and club presidents to discourage violence between supporters of the rival teams. The breakfast went fine, but the game featured five ejections. Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"We might have a chance if Barcelona turns up with eight players." -- Bayern captain Mark van Bommel on the outlook for the second leg of the UEFA Champions League series between Barcelona and Bayern, which fell, 4-0, in last week's first game. Bayern was so badly outplayed that after the "Night of Shame" former Bayern coach Udo Lattek was pictured on television in tears.  (Independent) ...More

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