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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Feb. 12, 2010
[MLS] For the second time, the deadline for Major League Soccer and the MLS Players Union to reach an agreement on a new Collective Bargaining Agreement has been extended through Feb. 25. Talks stalled this week when the storm that buried the East Coast in snow prevented MLS Commissioner Don ... Read the whole story
[MLS] A three-day visit by Chilean striker Reinaldo Navia and a canceled trip to Brazil have been the major talking points of the Revs’ 2010 preseason. Confined to indoor activities because of harsh winter weather, Coach Steve Nicol nevertheless set up a few opportunities for Navia, 31, to show some ... Read the whole story
[MLS] In 2011, the Seattle Sounders and Vancouver Whitecaps will formally meet again when the Whitecaps join MLS. For now, though, the former USL rivals can only square off in friendly action. Seattle rallied from two goals down at the half on Thursday to defeat the Whitecaps, 3-2, at the ... Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP COUNTDOWN] Landon Donovan's meeting with Ashley Cole in Wednesday's Everton-Chelsea may have been his last. Donovan's challenge with Cole resulted in the England left back suffering a fractured ankle that may keep him out of the rest of the Premier League season and jeopardize his chances of playing ... Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP COUNTDOWN] Old enemies Japan and South Korea meet Sunday in Tokyo in the East Asian Championship. The game has been billed the "dismissal derby" after poor performances by both teams have put pressure on the coaches of the World Cup finalists. Read the whole story
[HALL OF FAME] More than 30 years after Oneonta, N.Y., hosted the first soccer exhibit, the National Soccer Hall of Fame is closing up shop in the upstate New York town. Plans are in place to distribute the permanent displays and store the archives. As for its 62-acre campus purchased ... Read the whole story
[WPS] Saint Louis Athletica captain Lori Chalupny, capped 92 times for the USA, has taken an indefinite leave of absence to deal with concussion-related issues. She will miss the USA's trip to the Algarve Cup in Portugal for the first time in six years. Read the whole story
[U.S. WOMEN] One of the youngest U.S. women's national teams ever selected for the Algarve Cup will head to Portugal on Feb. 19. Following a 20-day training camp at the Home Depot Center, Coach Pia Sundhage named five players who have a combined five caps. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"It's an anti-Africa prejudice. There is still in the so-called 'old world' a feeling that why the hell should Africa organize a World Cup. ... Colonialists over the past 100 years have gone to Africa and taken out all the best things, and now they are taking all the best footballers. There's no respect." -- FIFA President Sepp Blatter responds to critics of South Africa hosting the World Cup. Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness recently said it was "the biggest wrong decision" FIFA has made. (BBC) ...More


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