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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2011
[MLS] Chris Kitchen, whose 18-year-old son Perry Kitchen was picked by D.C. United 3rd overall in the SuperDraft, is glad that his wife didn't listen to him years ago when sports sign-up time came. Read the whole story
[MLS] After less than two seasons in his second stint abroad, Kenny Cooper, one of the USA's most prolific young strikers, is back in MLS, this time with the expansion Portland Timbers. Read the whole story
[2022 WORLD CUP] Chuck Blazer, the lone American on the FIFA executive committee, has broken his silence on the issue of a winter World Cup, telling Reuters that the idea of switching the 2022 World Cup in Qatar to the winter would "upset the entire football world." Blazer had been ... Read the whole story
[ASIAN CUP] Surprise Jordan joined Japan in the final eight of the Asian Cup when it rallied to beat Syria, 2-1, on Monday in Qatar. Japan, the pre-tournament favorite, ended Saudi Arabia's misery with a 5-0 victory that included a hat trick from Shinji Okazaki. Read the whole story
[USL PRO] United Soccer Leagues' new USL PRO will debut on April 2 with 15 teams. Plans call for the pro league to emphasize regional play and eventually expand to as many as 32 teams, but the league will include a lone team -- Los Angeles Blues -- from west ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK] Roberto Carlos pulled off a gol olimpico -- scoring straight from a corner kick for Corinthians against Portuguesa. Read the whole story


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"My girlfriend went shopping the other day and someone asked her if I was going to Norwich. I’d just like to say that I would never in a million years go to Norwich. I can categorically say that." -- What Marc Tierney, who signed for Norwich last week, said a year ago. Upon arriving at Norwich from Colchester, Tierney said, "I am massively pleased to join this massive club." (Irish Times) ...More


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