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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, May 20, 2009
[TEAM OF THE WEEK] With five of the seven games played last weekend ending in ties, a lot of players turned in solid showings yet there were only a few outstanding performances. One of them, by Josh Wolff, earned him honors as MLS Player of the Week, yet there were ... Read the whole story
[BY THE NUMBERS] Two U.S. World Cup veterans lead the league in scoring. The league's highest scoring team is also its only undefeated club. Two teams have yet to earn a point on the road. Read the whole story
[MLS STATS] After nine weeks of play, only one MLS club has an attendance average higher than its attendance average for the full 2008 season, and several have seen a major drop in crowds. Read the whole story
[MLS] Chivas USA's 40-year-old defender, Claudio Suarez, is ready for action after being removed from the club's Disabled List. Suarez, who retired in the offseason then re-signed one day before the season kickoff, had a calf injury. Read the whole story
[USL TEAMS OF THE WEEK] Scott Vallow, who stopped 11 shots, including a penalty, to lead Rochester to a 2-1 victory at Vancouver, and Crystal Palace Baltimore's Matthew Mbuta, who scored twice in his first two games back on loan from MLS's New York Red Bulls, earned the USL First ... Read the whole story
[GERMANY] With one game left in the Bundesliga season, relegation-threatened Arminia Bielefeld fired their coach and appointed Joerg "The Fireman" Berger, famous for saving six clubs from relegation dating back to 1989. Bielefeld is third-from-last, in 16th place, trailing Michael Bradley's Borussia Moenchengladbach by three points. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"The most painful thing was the feeling that I could have got the job done. I could have led the team to the championship. ... We laid the foundations for the future. I still believe the team can become champions this year." -- Juergen Klinsmann talks about his firing for the first time since he was let go by Bayern Munich on April 27. The defending champion trails leader VfL Wolfsburg going into the last weekend of the season. Bayern hosts third-place VfB Stuttgart and Wolfsburg hosts 10th place Werder Bremen. (DPA) ...More


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