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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, May 17, 2011
[MLS POWER RANKINGS] A road point and 4-1 thrashing of Sporting Kansas City moved Los Angeles back on top, and a two-win week for FC Dallas pushed it into the top third. San Jose's big win over the Crew moved it off the bottom and Chivas USA took another jump ... Read the whole story
[MLS ATTENDANCE] Week 9 games averaged nearly 2,000 more fans than the previous week as Seattle's Qwest Field filled for the "Cascadia Cup" against Northwest rival Portland and set a season record. For MLS attendance rankings ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK] If you're going to put the ball into your own net, might as well make it a beauty. Denny Landzaat of Dutch Eredivisie club Twente sure did. Read the whole story
[HOMEGROWN WATCH] Two homegrown players -- D.C. United's Andy Najar and Chivas USA's Tristan Bowen -- make more than $100,000 in guaranteed compensation. For a look at what all the homegrown players earn ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] It was an eventful year for Americans in Germany. Steven Cherundolo captained Hannover 96 to its best season ever, fourth in the Bundesliga. Timothy Chandler and David Yelldell, sons of U.S. serviceman, parlayed strong club seasons into call-ups to the U.S. national team. Of note are several ... Read the whole story
[SCOREBOARD] Brandon Barklage's goal shortly before halftime gave D.C. United a 1-0 win at Philadelphia Union for its third win in three games in the MLS Reserve League. For all the action ... Read the whole story
[REFEREES] The United States didn't qualify, but American referee Mark Geiger and assistant referee Mark Hurd will work at this summer's  Under-20 World Cup in Colombia. Read the whole story


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"We'll make a decision that's in the best interests of U.S. Soccer and what we think is good for the game internationally. What Concacaf or the Caribbean Football Union chooses to do will be up to them. Concacaf hasn't announced a decision on who the leadership will support, but we know what we're going to do." -- U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati revealing that the USA will not be told how to vote by Concacaf president Jack Warner, the most powerful figure in the USA's home confederation, in the FIFA presidential election. Warner had announced all 35 Concacaf members (including ...More


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