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Home > Soccer America Daily > Monday, Nov. 16, 2009
[MLS] If sources monitoring the Chicago situation are right, Denis Hamlett will soon join Preki in the unemployment line. Maybe if the Fire had reached the final, majority owner Andrew Hautpman would have been reluctant to cut him loose, but since the Fire fell agonizingly short, losing on penalty kicks, ... Read the whole story
[FIRE-RSL REPORT CARD] In a game with plenty of action but no goals, Real Salt Lake keeper Nick Rimando, who made a six saves in game action and three in the penalty-kick shootout, earned the highest marks. Read the whole story
[GALAXY-DYNAMO REPORT CARD] Defender Gregg Berhalter was the hero for the Los Angeles Galaxy, breaking the stalemate against Houston with a goal in the 103rd minute after forwards on both teams failed to make a mark. Landon Donovan sealed the win from the penalty spot in the 108th minute. Read the whole story
[SLOVAKIA-USA] Slovakia, a middling European team, is just the kind of team the USA must beat if it wants to be taken seriously next summer in South Africa, so the Americans' performance in Bratislava was a reminder of how far it has to go if it is to be considered ... Read the whole story
[SLOVAKIA-USA REPORT CARD] Soccer America's Paul Kennedy grades the U.S. players in their 1-0 loss to Slovakia Saturday in Bratislava... Read the whole story
[DENMARK-USA] New Mexico product Edgar Castillo, whose international career began with Mexico, was among four players called up for Wednesday's Denmark-USA game in Aarhus. Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP 2010 QUALIFYING] One of the most dramatic days of World Cup qualifying sent three more teams to the finals: Nigeria, Cameroon and New Zealand. Saturday's action produced plenty of winners and losers ... Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP 2010 QUALIFYING] Long before Algeria's bus was attacked after the team's arrival in Cairo, the deciding Egypt-Algeria game was going to be one of the most intensely followed qualifiers in recent history. The match did not disappoint as a goal by  Emad Meteab five minutes into stoppage time ... Read the whole story


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"The loss in stadium lights during the match was due to two significant power dips in Southern California Edison Industrial grid in which the facility sits. Any time the facility experiences a power dip on the network, emergency event lights are activated and the stadium lights immediately reset, which takes approximately 20 minutes to illuminate to full capacity for the event to resume." -- Statement from the Home Depot Center regarding the two blackouts in the middle of the Los Angeles Galaxy's 2-0 win over the Houston Dynamo on Friday. Each half of the game was interrupted for about 18 ...More


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