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Home > Soccer America Daily > Friday, April 16, 2010
[MLS] Toronto FC put aside its problems long enough to defeat expansion Philadelphia, 2-1, in its home opener and first match on grass at BMO Field Thursday night in a game that featured a red card to Union defender Danny Califf and two blunders from Union keeper Chris Seitz. Of ... Read the whole story
[DATEBOOK] Saturday action on MLS's Week 4 is highlighted by an MLS Cup 2009 rematch between Real Salt Lake and Los Angeles. For all the action ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] U.S. World Cup hopeful Alejandro Bedoya scored in the 40th minute of Orebro's 1-0 win Thursday at Brommapojkarna in Sweden. On Wednesday, Chris Rolfe had his first goal for Danish club AaB in its 1-0 win over Odense. Read the whole story
[WPS] Women's Professional Soccer moves into Week 2 with all eight teams again in action. FC Gold Pride opens its new temporary home in Castro Valley against defending champion Sky Blue FC. For a look at this weekend's matchups ... Read the whole story
[U.S. UNDER-17 BOYS] A new class of Bradenton residents headed off Thursday on their first foreign trip. After a week of training in Manchester, England, they will head to Gradisca, Italy, for the International Tournament of Gradisca. Read the whole story
[EUROPEAN RACES] Four city derbies -- all available on cable television -- could impact league races this weekend. In all four cases, the home team could play the role of the spoiler against the title contender: England (leader Chelsea at Tottenham and second-place Manchester United at Manchester City), Italy (leader ... Read the whole story

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"I'm going to kiss my ticket when I get it. The last time I waited in a line like this was when I voted for Mandela." -- A Soweto man named Godfrey, purchasing World Cup tickets on the first day of over-the-counter sales in South Africa, recalls the elections won by Nelson Mandela at the end of apartheid in 1994. (The Guardian) ...More

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