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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Aug. 3, 2010
[MLS] The New York Red Bulls' signing of Mexican national team captain Rafael Marquez will certainly be a boost to the Red Bulls and other MLS clubs at the gate, but what will his impact be on the field? MLS has aggressively pursued Mexican national team players since its launch ... Read the whole story
Alejandro Bedoya was the only American to play in league action on Monday in Scandinavia. He went 82 minutes in Orebro's 2-0 win at Atvidabergs FF in Sweden's Allsvenskan. Orebro is third in the league after 17 games. (Neither Clarence Goodson nor Hunter Freeman was in the IK Start lineup ... Read the whole story
[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Just how precarious is a 1-0 lead for an away leg in Central America on just a few days rest? Two MLS teams are about to find out. Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] New York's signing of Mexican Rafael Marquez brings to 17 the total of players imported by MLS clubs since the opening of the summer transfer window on July 15. The 17 players include three 2010 World Cup players -- France's Thierry Henry, Uruguayan Alvaro Fernandez and Marquez ... Read the whole story
[ITALY] Former Italian great Roberto Baggio will have a huge job of helping turn around Italian soccer when he takes over as technical director at the Italian federation. Read the whole story
[TELEVISION WATCH] On Tuesday at 7 pm ET, ESPN's newsmagazine E:60 recounts the story of Haiti's U-17 girls national team in the wake of the nation's devastating earthquake and how its players made a connection with their U.S. counterparts after their meeting in U-17 World Cup qualifying. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"Rafael has shown on the club and international level that he is one of the world’s top players. He has been a winner at all levels and illustrated that he is a leader both on and off the field. We are thrilled that he decided to come to the Red Bulls at this time in his career."-- Dietmar Beiersdorfer, Head of Red Bull Global Soccer, on Mexican star Rafael Marquez signing with the New York Red Bulls. Marquez arrives from Barcelona, where he was part of four Spanish League titles and became the first Mexican to win the Champions League. ...More


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