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Home > Soccer America Daily > Monday, Jan. 18, 2010
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Fulham's Clint Dempsey suffered a knee injury during Fulham's 2-0 loss at Blackburn on Sunday. The 26-year-old attacker, who had hit the woodwork with an acrobatic overhead kick earlier in the game, is suspected to have cruciate knee ligament damage. Dempsey's injury is a blow for the overachieving ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Landon Donovan put in his second solid performance for Everton, which defeated Manchester City, 2-0, Saturday to extend its unbeaten streak to six games and move up into a tie for 11th in the English Premier League. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Both Michael Bradley and Steve Cherundolo were on the losing end when the Bundesliga returned from its winter break last weekend. Their teams lost at home to teams at the bottom of the standings. Eddie Johnson debuted for Greek club Aris while his teammate Freddy Adu stayed on ... Read the whole story
[ITALY] A week earlier, he had two goals. On Sunday, he topped that with a hat trick. AC Milan's Ronaldinho is the hottest player in the world, enjoying his new role in the revamped Milan attack and loving life again. Read the whole story
[AFRICA CUP OF NATIONS] Cameroon kept its hopes alive at the Africa Cup of Nations when substitute Mohamadou Idrissou scored on a header in the 86th minute to give the Lions a 3-2 win over Zambia Sunday. Read the whole story


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"I had a phone conversation with Thierry Henry. We didn't talk about guilty or not guilty. It was a conversation between sportsmen. I didn't say that he would be punished, I said he'd be the subject of an investigation." -- FIFA President Sepp Blatter upon the announcement that French striker Thierry Henry's handball that set up France's goal against Ireland to earn World Cup qualification will be assessed FIFA's disciplinary commission on Monday. (AFP) ...More


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