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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, April 22, 2009
[UNDER-17 CONCACAF CHAMPIONSHIP] The USA took a giant step toward returning to the Under-17 World Cup with a 5-0 win over Cuba on Tuesday in their opening Group A game at the Concacaf Under-17 championship in Tijuana, Mexico. John McInerney had two goals and two assists, while Luis Gil, the ... Read the whole story
[SPAIN] Angel Torres, president of Spanish club Getafe, says Real Madrid's defender Pepe should be suspended for at least 10 games for violently kicking Javier Casquero twice while the Getafe player was face down on the ground. In fact, 10 games would be lenient. Read the whole story
[MLS PREDICTION] The heaviest week of play so far this season in MLS starts Wednesday when Chivas USA plays at Toronto. Week 6 features a 10-match block of games that will require several teams to play their second and third matches in spans of seven or eight days, and one ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] In his first season in France, Carlos Bocanegra will have a chance to win a trophy as Rennes moved into the final of the French Cup with a 1-0 win at Grenoble on Tuesday. The shutout was the fifth in five games -- four against Ligue 1 teams ... Read the whole story
[GERMANY] A Munich tribunal dismissed Juergen Klinsmann's $130,000 suit against the newspaper Tageszeitung for depicting the Bayern Munich coach as a crucified Jesus in a photo montage under the headline "Always look on the bright side of life" (the song title from a Monty Python film). It ruled "It was ... Read the whole story
[ENGLAND] A week earlier, Liverpool played to a 4-4 tie with Chelsea that knocked it out of the UEFA Champions League. On Tuesday, the Reds tied Arsenal, 4-4, in a wild match that saw Gunner Andrey Arshavin score four goals and seemingly ended Liverpool's Premier League title hopes. Read the whole story
[USL-1 TEAM OF WEEK] Miami's Diego Serna as the USL First Division Player of the Week. the Colombian celebrated his return to South Florida with a goal and assist in the Blue's 3-1 win over Cleveland. For the Team of the Week ... Read the whole story
[NSCAA] Jim Sheldon, the National Soccer Coaches Association of America's first full-time employee, will retire as executive director, effective May 1. Read the whole story


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"I'm having a go at the referee [Tim Weyland] today because his performance was a disgrace. Now, you tell me how a guy who's running flat out can change direction having to have his arms down by his side. It's impossible. I'm sure the referee couldn't change direction with his hands in his pockets." -- Comments by Toronto FC coach John Carver, published in the Toronto Star, that earned him a $750 for public criticism of MLS officiating. Ref Weyland gave Dallas a penalty kick after the ball bounced onto Marvell Wynne's outstretched arm. The converted PK was FC Dallas' ...More


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