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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, April 21, 2009
[SCOUTING REPORT] Wilmer Cabrera's Americans open against Caribbean champion Cuba Tuesday at the Concacaf U-17 Championship in Tijuana, Mexico. Canada, loaded with players from the Toronto FC and Vancouver Whitecaps youth systems, and Honduras, featuring 15-year-old phenom Anthony Lozano, also stand in the way of the USA's bid to keep ... Read the whole story
[MLS TEAM OF THE WEEK] Chicago's Cuauhtemoc Blanco, 36, got his first start of the season and provided one of Week 5's best performances. He helped 36-year-old teammate Brian McBride notch a pair against Kansas City. Ben Olsen, 31, who played just one game last season because of injury, has ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] After five weeks, 12 rookies have played more than 200 minutes. Three rookies -- Chris Pontius (D.C. United), Omar Gonzalez (Los Angeles) and Darrius Barnes (New England) -- have played ever minute for their respective teams. Read the whole story
[MLS] Expansion club Seattle leads the league in attendance while the biggest disappoint is in Dallas, where Pizza Hut Park is drawing fewer than 10,000 per game. Leaguewide attendance is slightly down from last season's 15,437 average at this point last year. Read the whole story
[ENGLAND] The turf at the old Wembley Stadium was considered the model of the perfectly manicured surface. The turf at the new Wembley Stadium has been relaid five times and was called "laughable" after a weekend of FA Cup play. Read the whole story


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"A little hyperbolic given that the German media was in the hands of Goebbels for a decade."-- The UK's Telegraph's take on Bayern Munich spokesman Markus Hoerwick's comment that the Tageszeitung's photo montage depicting a crucified Coach Juergen Klinsmann was "perhaps the worst gaffe ever made by the German media." A $130,000 lawsuit has reportedly been threatened by Klinsmann's lawyers. (Telegraph) ...More


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