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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Jan. 14, 2010
[MLS] Goalie Troy Perkins is headed back to D.C. United following a complicated deal with the expansion Philadelphia Union that allowed D.C. to exchange places in MLS's allocation order. D.C. United traded Brazilian midfielder Fred, its 2010 first-round SuperDraft pick (seventh overall) and allocation money to Philadelphia in order to ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] One year into his pro career, Marcus Tracy spent early training with the U.S. national team before being sidelined with tendinitis. Whether or not he suits up for the USA this year or next, if ever, he's on a fast track. He says it wasn't until about four ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Eddie Johnson, on loan from English club Fulham, made his debut for Greek club Aris, coming on as a substitute late in its 2-0 win over Asteras Tripolis in the round of 16 of the Greek Cup. Read the whole story
[WPS] Women's Professional Soccer will hold its second draft of college players on Friday at the NSCAA Convention in Philadelphia. This year's draft is deep with two Olympic gold-medalists, Tobin Heath and Lauren Cheney, expected to go early. Does Atlanta go with one of them or select local product, Kelley ... Read the whole story
[AFRICA CUP OF NATIONS] The five 2010 World Cup finalists at the Africa Cup of Nations finished their opening games without a victory when Gabon upset Cameroon, 1-0, on Wednesday in Lubango. Read the whole story
[ENGLAND] Will this be the loss that finally costs Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez his job? The beleaguered Spanish manager even acknowledged the pressure on him after the Reds, already ousted from the UEFA Champions League, were knocked out of the FA Cup, losing its third-round replay at home to second-tier ... Read the whole story


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"I can't analyze what has happened with foreign coaches in the past. I know that the MLS is physical football and looks similar to Scandinavian football. I've been around different countries, so I know what it takes to build a winning team." -- New Red Bulls coach Hans Backe. The Swede is the club's 11th coach in its 14th year history -- not including Richie Williams, who had two stints as interim coach. The club's previous foreign coaches who failed to win a title included Carlos Queiroz, Carlos Alberto Parreira and Bora Milutinovic. (AP) ...More


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