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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, July 20, 2010
[MLS] The MLS All-Star Game is one of the league’s glamour events, yet this year the showcase exhibition will be upstaged somewhat by that pesky competitive calendar. Seattle plays a Concacaf Champions League match that conflicts with Manchester United’s visit to Reliant Stadium a week from Wednesday, so no Sounders ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Chivas USA left back Jonathan Bornstein, who played two games for the USA at the 2010 World Cup, will join Mexican first division club Tigres UANL following the 2010 MLS season. Read the whole story
[WPS] Defending champion Sky Blue FC hired its fifth coach in 14 months when it named Rick Stainton to replace Finn Pauliina Miettinen, who was hired in the offseason. Read the whole story
A busy week of action begins on Tuesday with play in the SuperLiga, where the New England Revolution and Puebla have already clinched berths in the semifinal. Morelia can join them with a win or tie against the Revs. International friendlies include Manchester United at Philadelphia on Wednesday and Tottenham ... Read the whole story
[SPAIN] La Liga champion Barcelona, which has yet to finalize a deal to wrest its former youth player Cesc Fabregas from Arsenal, has shelled out $12 million to acquire Brazilian Adriano Correia from Sevilla. Before the World Cup, Barcelona paid Valencia about $50 million for David Villa, who scored five ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"I'm not the least bit sorry."-- Paraguayan player Jose Pedroso, who grabbed referee Marcelo Miranda around the throat and tried to choke him during a Chilean second division game. Pedroso afterward quit his club, Rangers. Pedroso attacked Miranda after the ref had Rangers' opponent Concepcion take a penalty kick four times because of various infractions. The final shot was a goal. (AP) ...More


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