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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, May 8, 2009
[MLS PREDICTIONS] Of the seven games, only Friday's matchup of New York and San Jose pairs teams from different conferences. Out west, Texas rivals Houston and Dallas play the first of their three meetings this season. In the East, foes Chicago and New England square off again, the Crew celebrates ... Read the whole story
[WPS] Women's Professional Soccer Commissioner Tonya Antonucci suspended Washington Freedom forward Abby Wambach for one game for her tackle on the St. Louis Athletica's Daniela Sunday at Maryland SoccerPlex that left the Brazilian star with damage to two knee ligaments and a cracked tibia. Athletica defender Kia McNeill was also ... Read the whole story
[UEFA CUP] Germany's Werder Bremen and Ukraine's Shakhtar Donetsk defeated domestic rivals on Thursday to advance to the final of the last edition of the UEFA Cup before the competition is converted to the Europa Cup. Read the whole story
[MEXICO] Stadiums across Mexico will be reopened -- with restrictions -- for the final weekend of regular-season play in Mexico's Torneo Clausura. Following two weekends of games without fans in response to the swine flu outbreak, supporters will be allowed at games, but they will restricted to sitting in every ... Read the whole story
[BRAZIL] Having scored 10 goals in 13 games for Corinthians since returning from a one-year knee-injury layoff, two-time world champ Ronaldo could be set for a national team comeback. Read the whole story
[REF WATCH] Tom Henning Ovrebo, who refereed Champions League semifinal on Wednesday in which Barcelona ousted Chelsea, needed police protection after the game and has been receiving death threats. The hate campaign against the Norwegian included a Facebook group titled "Kill Tom Henning Ovrebo." Read the whole story
[WPS] A week after Boston handed the leader Los Angeles Sol its first defeat of the season, the Breakers head to the Home Depot Depot, where they face the Sol in a Mother's Day afternoon game. For a look at all the weekend action ... Read the whole story
[WPS] After drawing the two lowest crowds of the inaugural Women's Professional Soccer season for back-to-back games -- 3,321 and 2,533 -- FC Gold Pride, WPS's Bay Area team, announced it was cutting individual game ticket prices by an average of 25 percent. In addition, beginning with the May 24 ... Read the whole story


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