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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, May 5, 2011
[MLS] After two straight league games of conceding four goals apiece, D.C. United got the defensive plays it needed to end a bad run. Read the whole story
[MLS] Minutes after equalizing on a terrible mistake by Houston goalie Tally Hall, Colorado punched home another goal to stun the Dynamo, 2-1, Wednesday at Robertson Stadium. Read the whole story
[MLS] The U.S. transfer window closed last month, but teams may still sign players out of contract, and by this method Chicago has acquired Cristian Nazarit. He joins the growing contingent of young Colombian players in MLS. Read the whole story
[SCOREBOARD] Week 8 produced three 0-0 ties, as many as the first seven weeks combined. For all the action ... Read the whole story
[SCOREBOARD] Brazilian star Marta had a goal and two assists to lead the Western New York Flash to a 3-1 win over Sky Blue FC, while magicJack won its third game in a row in WPS play with a 2-0 win over the Atlanta Beat. The Richmond Kickers won their ... Read the whole story
[MANCHESTER UNITED-SCHALKE 04] Manchester United will get a chance for revenge against the team that beat it in the 2009 UEFA Champions League final, but Manchester United coach Alex Ferguson says his players don't need to fear Barcelona, which they will face May 28 at Wembley. Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK] Boca Juniors striker Martin Palermo scored with a jumping back-heel in Monday's 1-1 tie with Independiente. Read the whole story

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"I like 4-4-2, but that is often 4-3-3, 5-3-2, 4-5-1, or 4-1-4-1. This formation business ends up like a telephone number. It all depends on which girl you're trying to call."-- Javier Aguirre, the Mexican coach of Spanish club Real Zaragoza, which beat Real Madrid, 3-2, last weekend, upon being asked about his lineup formation. (The Guardian) ...More

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