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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2011
[U.S. SOCCER] For Teal Bunbury, the main topic is no longer why he decided to do what he did, but rather what he can do with that decision behind him. He's not the first soccer player to change national allegiances, but not every player forsakes the nation his father played ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Four MLS teams opened training camp on Monday, and three more will begin preseason work on Tuesday. Real Salt Lake, which faces Real Salt Lake next month in the Concacaf Champions League quarterfinals, is already at work at Grande Sports World in Casa Grande, Ariz., where six other teams ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] <spanstyle="font-weight: bold;">Matt Kassel became the third University of Maryland after U.S. U-20s <spanstyle="font-weight: bold;">Zac MacMath (Philadelphia Union) and<spanstyle="font-weight: bold;"> Evan White (D.C. United)<spanstyle="font-weight: bold;"> to turn pro this winter when he joined the New York Red Bulls as a homegrown player. He's the fourth collegian to bypass ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] In its worst setback of the season, StuartHolden's Bolton Wanderers slumped to a 4-0 loss to visiting Chelsea and fell to 10th place in the English Premier League. Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK] Deportivo Brasil's Gladstone went down during a 3-0 loss against Flamengo and needed a stretcher ride to leave the field. That didn't go so well -- to say the least ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"When it first hit me, I was thinking, 'Wow, welcome to the team.' It's just bloody, I'm fine."-- D.C. United's first-round draft pick, 18-year-old Perry Kitchen, who on the opening day of preseason camp suffered a bloody nose when a stray ball struck him at the end of a fast-paced drill. (Washington Post Soccer Insider) ...More


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