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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, May 7, 2009
Precious few games pack more action and drama into stoppage time than the rest of the match, but by such a remarkable scenario Real Salt Lake and Los Angeles wound up tied, 2-2, Wednesday at Rio Tinto Stadium. Read the whole story
[MLS] The already snug Eastern Conference standings were drawn tighter Wednesday when host Kansas City tied D.C. United, 1-1, to bunch the top four teams within two points of each other. Read the whole story
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] How was it that Barcelona, the highest-scoring team in European soccer's modern history, could have gone scoreless for 179 minutes of its UEFA Champions League semifinal series with Chelsea and went without a shot on goal for 89 minutes in Wednesday's second leg? Chelsea had the lead ... Read the whole story
[U.S. WOMEN] U.S. women's national team coach Pia Sundhage has named 17 WPS players and four collegians to face Japan in friendly matches on May 20 at Pizza Hut Park in Frisco, Texas and on May 23 at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah. For the complete roster ... Read the whole story
[CANADA] Despite its MLS status, Toronto FC came out third best amongst the three Canadian professional teams last year, but got its 2009 international program off to a good start by beating Vancouver, 1-0, in the opening game of the Nutrilite Championships, which determine Canada's entrant into the Concacaf Champions ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"Are you watching this? It's a disgrace. It's a f****** disgrace." -- The words of Chelsea striker Didier Drogba that were broadcast live on television as he faced the camera crew, after berating referee Tom Henning Ovrebo, on the field after his team was ousted from the Champions League semifinals by Barcelona. Sky Sports apologized for broadcasting the bad language.(The Guardian) ...More


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