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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, May 4, 2010
[MLS PLAYER SPLOTLIGHT] After Peter Nowak drafted 17-year-old Jack McInerney, the Philadelphia Union coach said the Georgia product had the "soccer brain" to make a quick adjustment to the pros. So far, McInerney has made four appearances off the bench for 75 minutes of action, and last Saturday he scored ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Striker Chris Wondolowski started just eight of 14 games for the Quakes last year after arriving in a trade with Houston, but pressed into a starting role by injuries this season has scored a goal in each of the past three games. He’s been paired up top with veteran ... Read the whole story
[MLS ATTENDANCE] D.C. United's doubleheader with the WPS's Washington Freedom drew 12,089, United's smallest crowd this season and lowest turnout for a weekend game since 2006. Seattle had the biggest crowd in Week 6 action as 36,219 watched it tie Columbus, 1-1. Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP COUNTDOWN] Ruud van Nistelrooy's bid for an international comeback ended when he was not included in Dutch national team coach Bert van Marwijk's plans for a pair of training camps that Oranje World Cup hopefuls will attend next week. Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP COUNTDOWN] Manchester United's Park Ji-Sung heads the short list of 30 players under consideration for South Korea's World Cup. He is joined by a trio of European-based youngsters, all former FC Seoul players, who may hold the key to how South Korea does at the World Cup. Read the whole story


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"Don't worry, Xavi will be in the World Cup finals. I want Xavi to play in the World Cup. If he thought he was risking his place in the World Cup, he wouldn't be playing."-- Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola on star playmaker Xavi, who had implied he was willing to risk further injury to his calf muscle to help Barca win the La Liga title even if it endangered his chances of being healthy to play for Spain at the World Cup. (ThinkSpain) ...More


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