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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Aug. 27, 2010
[ANALYSIS] With the closing of the summer transfer window in the United States and Canada, a new wave of foreigners has entered Major League Soccer. In their most recent games, only eight of the 16 teams fielded lineups with a majority of players eligible for the U.S. national team. And ... Read the whole story
Jozy Altidore started for Spanish club Villarreal in its 2-1 win at Dnepr Transmash of Belarus that put it through to the next stage of the Europa League. Brad Guzan conceded two goals in the last 15 minutes and Aston Villa lost to Rapid Vienna, 3-2, at home and went ... Read the whole story
[TRANSFER WATCH] Spain's La Liga and Italy's Serie A are the last two major European leagues to kick off their 2010-11 seasons this weekend. With only a few days to go before the close of the summer transfer window, most clubs have used caution. There have been only 10 eight-figure ... Read the whole story
[DRAW] AC Milan, Real Madrid and Ajax -- winners of 20 titles -- were drawn together in the UEFA Champions League draw conducted Thursday. Read the whole story
[AWARDS] Argentine Diego Milito, whose two goals gave Inter Milan a 2-0 win over Bayern Munich in the final of the 2010 UEFA Champions League was named the competition's Player of the Year. He and his Inter teammates swept all the positional awards. Read the whole story
[COLLEGE] Four Akron players -- Kofi Sarkodie, Zarek Valentin, Anthony Ampaipitakwong and Darlington Nagbe -- head the 2010 Soccer America Men's Preseason All-Americans. Read the whole story


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"I saw some pictures last Sunday; you cannot say anymore it is football, it is rugby on the goalkeepers [more] than football. The referees cannot go on and accept that. When you see how [Stoke defender Ryan] Shawcross kicked [Tottenham goalkeeper Heurelho] Gomes, how [Robert] Huth pushed Gomes in the goal, you cannot say that is football anymore. If the referees allow that you cannot accept that because that has nothing to do with the game."-- Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger wants referee Chris Foy to watch out for "rugby" tactics when Arsenal plays Blackurn on Saturday. (ESPNSoccerNet) ...More


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