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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2009
[AMERICANS ABROAD] What does Freddy Adu do now? The Portuguese sports daily Record reports that the 20-year-old American is headed back to Benfica, the club that twice sent him off on loan. The move comes after new Belenenses coach Toni has decided to get rid of Adu and Brazilian Igor ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Jozy Altidore started for Hull City in its 2-2 tie at Bolton Wanderers but failed to notch his first EPL goal, while Brad Friedel gave up a late goal to Spaniard Fernando Torres and Aston Villa fell at home to Liverpool, 1-0, in Tuesday's English Premier League action. Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP 2010 TICKETS] While fans who registered with U.S. Soccer SC's official supporters group have priority, U.S. Soccer has announced that all U.S. citizens or residents can apply for tickets from its allotment for the USA's matches at the 2010 World Cup. Read the whole story
[BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA] Former goalscoring great Safet Susic has been named Bosnia-Herzegovina's new head coach, replacing Miroslav Blazevic, who quit after its unsuccessful bid to qualify for the World Cup in South Africa. Read the whole story


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"It is not looking like it at the moment, but history tells you that two teams break away at the end. Chelsea are the big danger because they too have great experience." -- Manchester United boss Alex Ferguson predicts the English Premier League will turn into a two-team race between his club and Chelsea even though only 10 points cover the top six clubs. Man U, with a game in hand, is five points behind leader Chelsea, while Arsenal is seven points behind the leader with two games in hand. (BBC) ...More


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