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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, July 21, 2010
[SUPERLIGA] With a spot in the semifinals already clinched, New England beat Morelia, 1-0, Tuesday at Gillette Stadium to complete SuperLiga group play on maximum points. Marko Perovic barged through a challenge to scoop up a loose ball and drill a low shot in the 62nd minute. Read the whole story
[COLLEGE] When you think of Alabama and college sports, you think of football. But soccer has found a home in Alabama as the Men's College Cup will be held at Regions Park in Hoover in 2011. Read the whole story
[DENMARK] Former Real Salt Lake star Yura Movsisyan picked up where he left off in the spring, scoring for Randers FC in its 3-2 win over Broendby to open the 2010-11 Danish Superligaen. Read the whole story
[MLS] MLS will hold a weighted lottery Wednesday for teams wishing to acquire rights to midfielder Sal Zizzo, the California product who is returning from Germany. Read the whole story
[UNDER-20 MEN] U.S. under-20 national team coach Thomas Rongen picked his 18-man roster for the annual Milk Cup in Northern Ireland. His roster includes three MLS players -- Juan Agudelo (New York Red Bulls), Fuad Ibrahim (Toronto FC) and Francisco Navas Cobo (Houston Dynamo) -- as well as three players ... Read the whole story
[UNDER-20 WOMEN'S WORLD CUP] Playing in its first Under-20 Women's World Cup, Colombia beat Costa Rica, 3-0, on Tuesday to overtake France and claim second place in Group A behind host Germany. Besides Germany and Colombia, Sweden and North Korea, the 2008 runner-up, also advanced to the quarterfinals. Read the whole story


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