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Home >Soccer America Daily > Sunday, May 23, 2010
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Once again, an Argentine forward was the dominant figure of the European season. But this time, it wasn't Lionel Messi. Two and a half weeks after his goal gave Inter Milan the Coppa Italia title and less than a week after he scored the goal that clinched ... Read the whole story
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] After FC Porto six years ago, Jose Mourinho has led Inter Milan to the UEFA Champions League title but he says he's ready to move. Or stay in Madrid, site of Inter's 2-0 win over Bayern Munich in Saturday's final. Afterwards, Mourinho said he'll coach Real Madrid ... Read the whole story
[MLS] The teams with the better records won all four of Saturday's games, and those victories included vital road wins for San Jose and Real Salt Lake against Western Conference foes. Here are Saturday's Three Stars ... Read the whole story
[SCOREBOARD] Seattle's troubles at the Q continued as the Sounders fell to San Jose, 1-0, before more than 35,000 fans on Saturday. Toronto FC extended its unbeaten streak to five games overall with a 1-0 win over New England. For all the Saturday action and weekend schedule ... Read the whole story
[USA 30] All 30 players in the U.S. World Cup training camp were in full training for the first time on Saturday, but the status of a half dozen injured players remained the topic of conversation. It was revealed that captain Carlos Bocanegra had undergone sports hernia surgery six days ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Pachuca has snapped up American forward Herculez Gomez, whose 10 goals for Puebla tied him for the scoring lead in Mexico's Torneo Bicentenario. Read the whole story
[FRANCE] Lassana Diarra, expected to start in midfield for France at the World Cup, is out with an intestinal problem triggered when he and his French teammates slept in a restaurant at around 9,800 feet in the Alps in a team-bonding exercise. Read the whole story
[U.S. WOMEN] Abby Wambach scored two goals and assisted on another, and Kristine Lilly (130th of her career) and Heather O'Reilly also scored to lead the USA to a 4-0 win over Germany in a battle of women's soccer's top two teams. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"If throwing his hands up motivates him and makes him work harder, it's not an issue. But if arguing with the referee takes away from time that you could be helping the team, then it is an issue. As a leader, he's got that responsibility on his shoulders to help guide the team." -- Seattle coach Sigi Schmid, unhappy with Sounders star Freddy Ljungberg's shows of displeasure when calls didn't go his way in the 1-0 loss to San Jose. (mlssoccer.com) ...More


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