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Home >Soccer America Daily > Sunday, March 7, 2010
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Defender Carlos Bocanegra followed up his goal for USA against the Netherlands with the winning goal for Rennes in Saturday's 1-0 victory over Monaco in France's Ligue 1. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Three days after a solid performance for the USA off the bench against the Netherlands, DaMarcus Beasley was rewarded with a start for Rangers against St. Mirren. He played 64 minutes and hit the post in a 3-1 win that extended Rangers' lead over Celtic to 13 points. ... Read the whole story
[ENGLAND] Bankrupt Portsmouth may be headed for relegation -- with or without any penalty points deducted -- and there is some doubt whether it will survive until the end of the season, but it continues to show signs of life in the FA Cup, where it booked a semifinal date ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Seattle and Vancouver (USSF Div. II) gave their fans a preview Saturday of what will ensue next season when the Whitecaps join MLS. They played to a 0-0 tie in a friendly in Burnaby, B.C., that drew hundreds of Seattle fans who made the trip across the border. Read the whole story
[TRAVEL WATCH] The countdown to the World Cup has begun in earnest. It's 98 days until the finals kick off. Many American fans have obtained tickets for the finals but are still trying to find affordable flights to South Africa. Others are weighing their options. Here's what's available ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"The credibility of football is always improved if you get the critical decisions right. There is enough evidence and enough quality of the technology to do an experiment that we could have learned from." -- English FA chief executive Ian Watmore in support of the introduction of goal-line technology. The International Football Association Board decided to to end all experiments and rely on referees to rule on disputed goals. The decision came the same day Birmingham had a goal disallowed in its FA Cup match against Portsmouth despite replays clearly showing that Liam Ridgewell's header crossed the line. (AP) ...More


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