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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, March 17, 2010
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] There will be no putting down Jose Mourinho, at least not for a while. "The Special One" returned to Stamford Bridge, where he lost only one game in more than three years as Chelsea manager, and led Inter Milan to a 1-0 win that knocked the Blues ... Read the whole story
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] First, Real Madrid. Now, Sevilla. Only Barcelona of Spain's three entrants in the knockout phase of the UEFA Champions League remains alive and it isn't assured of beating VfB Stuttgart (TV: Fox Soccer Channel, Wednesday, 3 pm ET). Goalie Andres Palop was the goat for Sevilla, allowing ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Western Conference teams defended better in 2009 than those in the East. Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney explains why and grades the central defenses of MLS Western Conference teams going into the 2010 season. Read the whole story
[DATEBOOK] MLS moves into its final week of preseason play. Seven teams are on action on Wednesday, and all 16 teams have games scheduled for the weekend. For the complete schedule ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Amid reports that Aston Villa might bring in competition for him and fellow American Brad Guzan in goal, 39-year-old Brad Friedel picked up the victory as Aston Villa won, 2-1, at Wigan on Tuesday. For all the Tuesday action for Americans in England and Ireland ... Read the whole story
[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Having lost three straight Mexican league games -- two by 3-0 scores at home -- struggling Pachuca needed all the breaks it could get to survive its Concacaf Champions League quarterfinal series with Comunaciones. The Guatemala City club had two players sent off two minutes apart in ... Read the whole story
[AYSO] Rick Davis, the former U.S. national team star, has announced his resignation as national executive director of American Youth Soccer Organization, effective May 11. Read the whole story


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