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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2011
[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Of the two MLS teams playing Concacaf Champions League matches Tuesday, Seattle has the easier, and clearer, task by far. Heading into the fifth round of group play, no team has yet clinched a spot in the knockout phase but several, including Group D leader Seattle, can ... Read the whole story
[DATEBOOK] After starting out with a loss and tie, UNAM of Mexico has won its last two games and can take over first place in Group C of the Concacaf Champions League from FC Dallas with a win at Toronto FC on Tuesday. For the remaining schedule and current standings ... Read the whole story
[TELEVISION GUIDE] Day 2 of the UEFA Champions League will be played Tuesday and Wednesday. This week's big games include Bayern Munich-Manchester City on Tuesday and Valencia-Chelsea on Wednesday. Read the whole story
[WPS] Women's Professional Soccer has hired Jennifer Pogorelec O'Sullivan, the former vice president of legal and labor affairs for the Arena Football League, as its new chief executive officer. She is the third top executive WPS has had in the last year. Read the whole story
[U.S. UNDER-23 WOMEN] U.S. women's national team coach Pia Sundhage will get a chance to look at some of the country's top young talent at a under-23 national team camp for pro, college and high school players Oct. 2-7 at the Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK] Jone Samuelsen of Norwegian club Odd Grenland scored on a 60-yard header. Read the whole story


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"When you shake hands with the devil you have to pay the price. Television is God at the moment. It’s king. It shows itself quite clearly because when you see the fixture lists come out now, they can pick and choose whenever they want the top teams on television. You get some ridiculous situations when you're playing on Wednesday night in Europe and then at lunchtime the following Saturday."-- Manchester United boss Alex Ferguson nibbles at the hand that feeds him. Man United earned $93.9 million in Premier League broadcast revenue last season. (Reuters) ...More


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