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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010
[MLS] We're going to gamble and predict a big first-round trade to shake up the 2010 MLS SuperDraft. With 12 Generation adidas players available, plus a good crop of seniors, the temptation for teams to wheel and deal may be just too great. Especially for a team that missed the ... Read the whole story
[MLS] The 2010 MLS SuperDraft will be held Thursday, beginning at 2 p.m. ET, in conjunction with the NSCAA Convention in Philadelphia. Soccer America will be providing live coverage and analysis of the draft at socceramerica.com, and the first hour will be broadcast live on ESPN2. FC Dallas and Columbus ... Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP 2018/2022] The USA Bid Committee announced the 18 cities that it will submit as a part of its package to FIFA on May 14 in its bid to host the 2018 or 2022 World Cup. The 21 stadiums selected average a capacity of 77,000 and showcase the construction ... Read the whole story
[AFRICA CUP OF NATIONS] Egypt began its bid for a third straight Africa Cup of Nations in impressive style, beating Nigeria, 3-1, Tuesday in Benguela. Nigeria's loss continued the poor form of Africa's World Cup 2010 finalists in Angola and increased the pressure on Coach Shaibu Amodu, the most vulnerable ... Read the whole story
[JURISPRUDENCE] Former Clemson men's soccer coach Trevor Adair, arrested last year in a late-night incident with his two daughters, had assault charges against him dropped on Tuesday. Read the whole story


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