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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Sept. 18, 2009
[MLS PREDICTIONS] Two playoff hopefuls have a chance to move up on Friday when they face league doormats. Colorado, on ESPN2, aims to stay near the top of the playoff wild-card race in San Jose (last in the West). New England, under pressure after two straight losses, hopes to get ... Read the whole story
[EUROPA LEAGUE] The Europa League, the successor to the UEFA Cup, began its group stage with 24 matches on Thursday. The only American to play was goalie Tim Howard, who recorded a shutout in Everton's 4-0 win over AEK Athens. Clint Dempsey was one of several starters held out of ... Read the whole story
[WORLD COP 2010 QIUALIFYING] Brazilian Rene Simoes is confident he can turn around Costa Rica, which is in danger of missing out on the 2010 World Cup after leading the Hexagonal at the halfway point, but he is facing obstacles in preparing the Ticos for the final two games against ... Read the whole story
[ENGLAND] Manchester City, in its bid to become a Premier League power, spent more than $150 million on players in the offseason, including $41.6 million to buy Emmanuel Adebayor from Arsenal. But he'll miss this weekend's game against archrival Manchester United because of the three-game suspension handed to him by ... Read the whole story
[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Toluca, Mexico's hottest team, is also the only team with nine points at the halfway point of the Concacaf Champions League group stage. The Red Devils remained perfect with a 7-0 win over Honduran club Marathon on Thursday. In Thursday's only other game, Comunicaciones of Guatemala took ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"People talk about the best being Pele or Diego Maradona, but for me the best player ever was Alfredo Di Stefano. Maradona was a great player, but he could not kick with his right foot and did not score goals with his head. The only time he scored an important goal with his head, it turned out he had used his hand." -- Pele, while others are focusing on Diego Maradona's struggles as Argentina's coach, throws a different blow. (AFP) ...More


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