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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, April 16, 2009
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Cristiano Ronaldo's goal from 40 yards six minutes into the game was all Manchester United needed to accomplish what no other English club has done -- beat Porto at the Dragao Stadium. United's defense held, and the defending champion moved into the semifinals of the UEFA Champions ... Read the whole story
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] By this point last season, Arsenal was running out of gas. Now, the Gunners may be the hottest team in Europe. Their performance in the second leg of their UEFA Champions League series was certainly the most impressive. Arsenal cruised to a 3-0 win over Villarreal that ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Less than six months after MLS rejected its bid for an expansion team in 2011, the Montreal Impact is seeking to strengthen its case by getting $20 million in government funding to expand 13,000-seat Stade Saputo. Read the whole story
[SIGN OF THE TIMES] The University of Maine's men's program became the first Division I soccer program to get the ax in response to cutbacks necessitated by the economic woes that have befallen state universities. This was no Title IX move. Women's volleyball also was dropped, resulting in a projected ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] Maine became the 19th Division I school to drop its men's soccer program in the last 19 years. Read the whole story

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"I just decided that was the way I wanted to experience the stadium, just walk in and see what I feel. I think it's impressive. I think it's going to be beautiful and it's indeed the type of stadium the club has promised." -- New York Red Bulls coach Juan Carlos Osorio, getting his first glimpse of Red Bull Arena at the "topping off" ceremony that saw the final piece of 7,100 tons of steel placed on the state-of-the-art structure. ...More

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