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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2009
[WORLD CUP 2010 COUNTDOWN] Injuries to Charlie Davies and Oguchi Onyewu as well as club commitments have affected U.S. coach Bob Bradley's selection for upcoming friendlies against Slovakia and Denmark. POLL: College: 2009 NCAA women's champion ENKE SUICIDE: German game canceled in wake of tragedy MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER: Arena named ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Prior to the conference finals taking center stage on the penultimate weekend of the 2009 MLS season, the four losing quarterfinalists deserve a few words. Read the whole story
[COLLEGE] Wake Forest midfielder Corben Bone was named the 2009 ACC Offensive Player of the Year, and Wake defender Ike Opara, who was named the ACC Defensive Player of the Year for the second consecutive year. Read the whole story
[COLLEGE] No. 1 Akron is first in the final Division I Men's RPI Index the NCAA will release before the 48-team field for the 2009 NCAA championship is released. Seven ACC teams and five Big Ten teams are in the top 25.  For the top 25 rankings ... Read the whole story
[ENGLAND] Hard to imagine, but things got worse for Liverpool on Monday. The Reds needed a controversial Steven Gerrard penalty to earn a 2-2 tie at home with Birmingham City in a game that saw two more Liverpool players, Albert Riera and Yossi Benayoun, suffer hamstring injuries. Read the whole story
[HALL OF FAME] Three members of the 2002 U.S. World Cup -- Joe-Max Moore, John O'Brien and Earnie Stewart -- are among the 24 players on the final ballot for induction into the National Soccer Hall of Fame. Read the whole story
[UNDER-17 WORLD CUP] Host Nigeria and Spain joined Switzerland and Colombia in Thursday's semifinals at the Under-17 World Cup with a 2-1 win over Italy in Sunday's quarterfinals. Read the whole story
[WHERE ARE THEY NOW] Devin Barclay isn't the only former U.S. soccer star to take up placekicking, but he is believed to be the first former U.S. pro to go back to college and kick. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"He does not drink alcohol because he takes his health, fitness and recovery from injury very seriously. Nor did he throw his crutches to the floor and try to dance." -- Ronald Thwaites, lawyer for Cristiano Ronaldo, who won "substantial" libel damages from The Daily Mirror, which reported that the Portuguese star went on a drinking binge at Hollywood nightclub last July and hit the dance floor despite recovering from an ankle operation. The Daily Mirror has apologized. (AFP) ...More


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