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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, July 22, 2011
[MLS SPOTLIGHT] The Union is taking the week off from league play; after beating Everton, 1-0, Wednesday it hosts Real Madrid Saturday. Whether or not it keeps the Eastern Conference lead over the weekend it has transformed itself from a struggling expansion team into a solid contender. Read the whole story
[MLS] Eight months after selecting midfielder Adam Moffat in the MLS Expansion Draft, Portland has traded him to Houston. In return, the Timbers acquire midfielder Lovel Palmer -- who, like Moffat, is primarily a holding player – and defender/midfielder Mike Chabala, as well as an international slot for the remainder ... Read the whole story
[DATEBOOK] Winless in their last three games, the New York Red Bulls can regain the lead in the Eastern Conference with a win on Saturday, but they face a tough test in FC Dallas, which is 10-2-4 in the last three months. For all the weekend action ... Read the whole story
[DATEBOOK] Four MLS clubs will be in action this weekend against international opposition, including the Chicago Fire against Manchester United and Philadelphia Union against Real Madrid, while USL PRO leader Orlando City will host Newcastle United. For all the weekend action ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] U.S. national team midfielder Alejandro Bedoya reached an agreement to join Scottish champion Rangers in January when his contract with Swedish club Orebro expires. The agreement, however, is conditional on receiving a British work permit. Read the whole story

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"It's a lot more difficult in these games, the way they're set up in this format for the MLS clubs then it is for the visiting teams because the whole tournament is set up to accommodate them. Our needs are not addressed at all."-- Los Angeles Galaxy coach Bruce Arena on this summer's MLS friendly games against European powers including the World Football Challenge series in which his team fell, 4-1, to Real Madrid and the Seattle Sounders got thumped, 7-0, by Manchester United. (Soccer by Ives) ...More

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