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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, July 16, 2010
[MLS] One team's satisfaction is another team's misery, and when two strugglers meet, somebody has to suffer. The homefield advantage hasn't been much help to D.C. United in 2010, and on Thursday it succumbed at RFK Stadium to a late goal by Seattle's Roger Levesque, his first of the season, ... Read the whole story
[SCOREBOARD] New York heads to Columbus with a chance to overtake the Crew and take over first place in the Eastern Conference with a win on Saturday. For this week's game summaries, the current conference standings and weekend schedule ... Read the whole story
[SUPERLIGA] Two newcomers made their debuts, and stalwart Paulo Nagamura was also on hand, yet still Chivas USA fell to Puebla, 2-1, in their SuperLiga Group A opener Thursday at Home Depot Center. Read the whole story
[SUPERLIGA] Houston claimed victory in the latest renewal of its rivalry with Mexican club Pachuca by posting a 2-1 victory in their Group A SuperLiga opener Thursday at Robertson Stadium. Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] Two students playing soccer in the hallway of a Virginia high school are being blamed for causing $150,000 worth of damage. Read the whole story
[SUMMER OF SOCCER] Manchester United opens its North America Friday against Celtic in Toronto. Celtic then heads to Seattle for a game Sunday against the Sounders before returning to the East Coast for a game Wednesday against Sporting Lisbon at Boston's Fenway Park. For the complete summer schedule ... Read the whole story


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