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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010
[MLS] With new negotiating parameters and player classifications set to kick in next month with the advent of a Re-Entry Draft, expansion teams Vancouver and Portland will each select up 10 players in the Expansion Draft on Wednesday (streamed on MLSsoccer.com beginning at 1:45 p.m. ET). Here's a mock draft ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Despite playing much of the best soccer seen this season in MLS, the grand prize of a league title narrowly evaded the team born as the Dallas Burn in 1996. A first-ever appearance in the final game and a nicely balanced roster -- age and youth, grit and skill ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Senegalese Macoumba Kandji tore the ACL in his left knee when he was hit by defender Ugo Ihemelu on the shot that deflected off George John and into the net for the winning goal in the Colorado Rapids' 2-1 overtime win over FC Dallas in MLS Cup 2010. Read the whole story
[TELEVISION WATCH] The good news is that the 2010 World Cup final between Spain and the Netherlands drew almost 10 million more viewers than the final game of the 2010 World Series. On the other hand, the combined audience for MLS Cup 2010 on ESPN and Galavision was less than ... Read the whole story
[RESULTS] AC Milan and Marseille clinched berths in the knockout phase of the UEFA Champions League with away wins on Tuesday, but Arsenal's 2-0 loss at Braga means it must beat Partizan at home in its final group game to be assured of advancing. Read the whole story


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"The light blues have been informed by a number of sources that sectarian behavior will put the club at serious risk of punishment from UEFA and other footballing authorities. This includes the singing of songs such as the "Billy Boys," which is banned by UEFA."-- Glasgow Rangers issues a warning over possible UEFA punishment for sectarian singing ahead Wednesday's UEFA Champions League clash with Manchester United at Ibrox. (Irish Times) ...More


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