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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, April 26, 2011
[MLS POWER RANKINGS] New York and Los Angeles rolled up the scores in impressive wins, both expansion teams lost, and Chivas USA posted its first victory. The top four held their places but further down the ladder a few teams moved sharply. Read the whole story
[HOMEGROWN WATCH] Homegrown star Juan Agudelo came off the bench to score an early candidate for 2011 Goal of the Year in the New York Red Bulls' 4-0 win over D.C. United, but several other players coming off promising 2010 seasons are struggling in 2011. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] American defender Zak Whitbread started for Norwich City in its 3-2 win over Derby County that kept it on course for promotion to the English Premier League. For all the Americans in action on a busy Easter Monday in Europe ... Read the whole story
The UEFA Champions League moves into the semifinals with games Tuesday (Schalke 04 vs. Manchester United, live, 2:45 pm, Fox Soccer, Fox Deportes, foxsoccer.tv) and Wednesday (Real Madrid vs. Barcelona, live, 2:45 pm, FX, Fox Deportes, foxsoccer.tv). Who do you pick to win the 2011 title? Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] That Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has 800,000 followers on Twitter prompted some of his teammates to start tweeting. Wayne Rooney began on Saturday and within two days had 180,000 followers. But midfielder Darron Gibson, who spends most of his time on the bench, closed his account ... Read the whole story


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"He was a big fat mistake. Rather than the super scorer we hoped for, we acquired a super size, a player devoted to filling his belly more than filling the net. As time went by he grew bigger and bigger and although in time he made a great effort to slim down, he’d passed the waistline of no return."-- West Ham vice chairman Karren Brady explains why the club parted with striker Benni McCarthy, who failed to score in 14 appearances. (The Irish Times) ...More


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