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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2010
[MEXICO] Rebuffed in his efforts to coach in MLS or with U.S. Soccer, former U.S. international Eric Wynalda is taking up with a Mexican club. Read the whole story
[UNDER THE MICROSCOPE] The addition of Rafael Marquez has pushed Joel Lindpere from the middle to the left side of midfield, yet his versatility -- and the fluidity of New York's front six players -- tormented the Los Angeles Galaxy for much of their meeting Friday at Home Depot Center. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Only last Thursday, Quentin Westberg, formerly of the U.S. U-17 and U-20 national teams, was facing an uncertain future in France as an unemployed goalie following his release by Troyes in June. By Monday, he had signed with Ligue 2 Evian Thonon-Gaillard and earned a shutout in its ... Read the whole story
[SOUTH KOREA] Yeo Min Ji and her teammates on South Korea's 2010 under-17 national team were 9 years old in 2002 when they watched the World Cup being held in South Korea and Japan. Eight years later, they captured South Korea's first world championship, defeating Japan on penalty kicks in ... Read the whole story
[TELEVISION GUIDE] Play resumes Tuesday and Wednesday with Day 2 of the UEFA Champions League. Tuesday's play includes a meeting between AC Milan and Ajax, which have won 11 European titles between them. On Wednesday, Barcelona will play at Rubin Kazan, which beat and tied the Spanish giant in last ... Read the whole story
[COLLEGE] Thanks to Thursday's 3-2 win at No. 1 North Carolina, Boston College has taken over the top spot in the Soccer America Women's Top 25 rankings for the first time. Stanford remains No. 2 following its 2-0 win over Portland, while Carolina drops to No. 3. Portland falls one ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"Matt Jarvis for England? Yes, I heard those chants. It's when they sing 'Mick McCarthy is a big-nosed w***er' that I don't hear the crowd."-- Midfielder Matt Jarvis, who plays for Wolves under Coach Mick McCarthy, on his selective hearing during games. (Irish Times) ...More


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