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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, May 27, 2009
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] In one of the most-awaited club matches in years, defending champion Manchester United will face Barcelona Wednesday in the final of the UEFA Champions League in Rome (TV: ESPN, live, 2:30 pm ET). Both teams are loaded with attacking stars, but the game is being billed as ... Read the whole story
[U.S. OPEN CUP] Dreams of the double are alive and well in Seattle, thanks to the expansion Sounders beating Colorado, 1-0, in the U.S. Open Cup play-in round Tuesday in Tukwila, Wash. Read the whole story
[TEAM OF THE WEEK] Players from the two teams -- Toronto and Houston -- stood out in last weekend's play, including Amado Guevara, who struck twice for the Canadian club. Read the whole story
[MLS] San Jose has bolstered its sputtering offense but will be without its best defender so far this season when it plays the Crew Wednesday in Columbus. Read the whole story
[MLS PREDICTION] Two teams with only one win each face off in Wednesday night action. Read the whole story
[WPS] Sky Blue FC, Women's Professional Soccer's New Jersey franchise, has suspended its head coach and general manager, Ian Sawyers. Assistant coach Kelly Lindsey was in charge in its 2-1 loss to the Washington Freedom on Saturday. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] San Francisco product Leo Krupnik, 29, who played college ball at Cal, helped Maccabi Haifa win the Israeli Premier League title. Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"And they [Barcelona] will win playing very well, which is how they played all season to get there. Yes, now is the moment in which I believe Barcelona has the best team in its history." -- Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero chimes in on the Barcelona-Manchester United UEFA Champions League final on Wednesday (2:30 pm ET, ESPN). Zapatero is attending the game with Spain's King Juan Carlos. (AP) ...More

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