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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, April 30, 2009
[MLS] Toronto FC has hired as head coach former first assistant coach John Cummins to replace fellow Englishman John Carver, who resigned despite TFC being an East Conference leader. Read the whole story
[U.S. OPEN CUP] They had to cross the country to do it, but the Red Bulls ended their winless road run of 2009 on Wednesday. It won't count in the league standings, but a 2-1 U.S. Open Cup victory against San Jose at Buck Shaw Stadium does count for something. Read the whole story
[MLS] How far down the list of prospective All-Star Game candidates Everton may have been is no longer relevant, for the English Premier League team is headed to Salt Lake City to play in the annual exhibition July 29 at Rio Tinto Stadium. Read the whole story
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Like Tuesday's Barcelona-Chelsea game, the offensive explosion expected from Manchester United-Arsenal never materialized. United scored early on a goal by John O'Shea, but that was all the scoring Wednesday at Old Trafford, and United takes a narrow 1-0 lead into next Tuesday's return leg in Arsenal. Read the whole story
[MLS] A crowd of 17,342 showed at Chicago's Toyota Park, which has seen an average of 11,208 for its MLS home games, and watched the Fire fall, 2-1, to Mexico's Club America in a Wednesday friendly game. Because of Swine Flu outbreak that has killed more than a 150 people ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"How can it be right for top players to be earning [$22-$30 million] a year? It's crazy. These wages need to be capped. But I worry that it won't happen because the Premier League and the FA are run by donkeys who don't understand business, who are dazzled by money." -- Fulham's chairman Mohamed Al Fayed, who also owns London's Harrods, one of the world's largest department stores. (BBC) ...More


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