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Home >Soccer America Daily > Saturday, July 31, 2010
[MLS] Unhappy Swedish star Freddie Ljungberg became the first Designated Player ever traded when the Seattle Sounders shipped him to the Chicago Fire in exchange for a conditional selection in the 2011 or 2012 MLS SuperDraft. Read the whole story
[MILK CUP] The USA beat host Northern Ireland, 3-0, to capture the Milk Cup for the first time since Charlie Davies led the Americans to the championship of the under-20 tournament in 2005. Read the whole story
Edgar Castillo came off the bench to score his first goal for San Luis in a losing effort against Puebla in the Mexican First Division on Sunday. Women's champions were crowned in the W-League (Buffalo Flash) and WPSL (Boston Aztec Breakers Reserves). The Sacramento Gold won the men's NPSL. For ... Read the whole story
[PORTRAITS] In the most sweeping move at player development in MLS history, FC Dallas signed three players in its Juniors program -- Ruben Luna, Moises Hernandez and Victor Ulloa -- to pro contracts. For a look at the young stars ... Read the whole story
[FRANCE] A month after the embarrassing performance of its national team in South Africa, France celebrated a championship on Friday night. The Bleuets' dramatic victory in the U-19 European Championship restored some dignity to French soccer's tarnished image, but their coach downplayed the victory's therapeutic effect. Read the whole story
[AWARDS] Six years after her first award, Kelly Parker of W-League finalist Buffalo Flash became the first repeat winner of the MVP award in league history. Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"I would love to go back to Everton. I love the people there and I love the fans there. But that said, I love being in America too, so we are going to take everything into account and see where it ends up." -- U.S. star Landon Donovan, who played on loan at Everton from the Los Angeles Galaxy over the winter, reiterated his desire to return to the English club. He added that anything was possible and he'd "make the decision that's best for me." ( ...More

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