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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, May 11, 2011
[MLS WHAT TO WATCH] On Wednesday, the Galaxy travels cross-country without David Beckham to face former teammate Carlos Ruiz and the Philadelphia Union as MLS presents three Wednesday games spread across the nation. FC Dallas aims to extend a three-game undefeated streak despite injuries when it hosts Toronto. And the ... Read the whole story
[HOMEGROWN WATCH] Bill Hamid, one of three homegrown players seeing plenty of action for D.C. United, enjoyed one of the best weeks of his young career when he held off Seattle, 2-1, with several spectacular saves and then earned a shutout in Saturday's 0-0 tie with FC Dallas. He admitted ... Read the whole story
[DATEBOOK] About a month or so after AEG president Tim Lewieke brought it up while speaking to reporters, MLS has confirmed that Home Depot Center host MLS Cup 2011. Read the whole story
[USL PRO] Less than two months into its first season, USL dumped its three Puerto Rico Soccer League teams, reducing the league from 15 to 12 teams. Read the whole story
[WEEKLY HONORS] Carolina RailHawks forward Etienne Barbara and goalkeeper Brad Knighton were named the NASL Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, while Orlando City forward Max Griffin was named the USL PRO Player of the Week. Read the whole story
[U.S. UNDER-15 GIRLS] U.S. under-15 girls national team coach Jill Ellis called 24 players into a week-long training camp that began Sunday at The Home Depot Center. Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK] Walter Novellino, coach of Italian Serie B club Livorno, learned the hard way the perils of sideline coaching. Note that linesman whose path Novellino crossed managed to keep up with the play despite the collision. Read the whole story


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"Arsenal have quite literally shot themselves in the foot." -- The Gunners had no guns, that's just Sky Sports' commentator Alan McInally struggling with the language. (Irish Times) ...More


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