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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2009
[MLS] D.C. United has hired former player and assistant coach Curt Onalfo as its head coach, replacing Tom Soehn. Onalfo was fired as the Kansas City Wizards head coach in August. The hiring leaves only New York and Chicago without head coaches. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Tim Howard was the only American to earn a win in Monday's slate of English Premier League games when Everton beat Burnley, 2-0 for its first victory at home in nine games. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] American DaMarcus Beasley says he could play in Sunday's Old Firm derby for Rangers against Celtic, the biggest game in Scottish soccer. Beasley,  whose excellent form in recent weeks led to talk of a possible return to the U.S. national team, missed Sunday's game against Hibernian after straining ... Read the whole story
[COSTA RICA] After Leonel Alvarez, winner of the Colombian title with Deportivo Independiente de Medellin, another former MLS player, Mauricio Wright, is enjoying success abroad as a coach. Wright led Brujas to Costa Rica's Torneo Invierno title on Monday, the club's first championship since being formed five years ago. Read the whole story
[BELGIUM] Excelsior Mouscron, which has played in the Jupiler Pro League since 1996, has quit Belgium's top-flight league in the middle of the season. Read the whole story


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"I'm not telling Beckham to take his family home. I'm just not sure why he came to America in the first place. Man, we don't want your soccer. There's no way Americans are going to buy the idea of 90 minutes of running around without much happening. Thanks for trying, guys, but we'll stick to baseball and basketball." -- Actor Mark Wahlberg, who lives down the street from David Beckham in Beverly Hills and doesn't like all the media Beckham and wife Victoria have brought to their neighborhood. (Daily Mail) ...More


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