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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, March 24, 2011
[MLS IN-DEPTH] They aren't always the most influential members of a team, yet Designated Players earn the most money and draw more scrutiny than their less heralded teammates. In the league's fifth season after adopting the DP option in 2007, the disappointments and flops outweigh the triumphs. Read the whole story
[MLS: ON THE MOVE] Just a few days after missing a sitter that could have earned Houston a point against Philadelphia, forward Dominic Oduro has been traded to Chicago. In exchange, the Fire sent forward Calen Carr to the Dynamo. Read the whole story
[SCOREBOARD] The defending champion Colorado Rapids, Real Salt Lake and Philadelphia Union were victorious on Saturday to become the first teams to win two games. RSL got two goals from Javier Morales in its 4-1 win over the Los Angeles Galaxy before a record crowd of 20,507 at Rio Tinto ... Read the whole story
[EURO 2012 QUALIFYING] Qualifying for the 2012 European Championship in Poland and Ukraine continues with the first of two double fixture dates this spring. The first begins Friday and Saturday with several top-of-the-standings clashes on the schedule. Italy has benched several stars for disciplinary reasons, while the Netherlands' injury list ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK] Santos midfielder Elano scored on a magnificent free kick in the Brazilian club's 3-2 loss to Chile's Colo Colo in Copa Libertadores. Read the whole story


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"The time I've had off from the game of this football [soccer] has been a very long time. There's no way I can make up that ground, the years I've been away from the game. But I do have a love for it. … I would play for free."-- NFL wide receiver Chad Ochocinco after the first day of his four-day tryout with MLS's Sporting Kansas City. The presence of the six-time Pro Bowler drew 40 media representatives -- roughly 10 times the number that would normally show up for a midweek practice. (AP) ...More


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