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Home >Soccer America Daily > Monday, Oct. 3, 2011
[MLS WEEK 29: What we learned ...] Los Angeles took another step toward the Supporters' Shield by rallying to beat Real Salt Lake, 2-1, the Crew came back to top D.C. United by the same score, and Portland spoiled the unveiling of refurbished B.C. Place by beating Vancouver, 1-0. Read the whole story
[SCOREBOARD] Juan Pablo Angel scored in the 90th minute -- his seventh goal in seven games since joining Chivas USA -- to give the Goats a 1-1 tie with the Philadelphia Union, which would have taken over first place in the Eastern Conference with a win. For all the weekend ... Read the whole story
[AMERICAN ABROAD] Clint Dempsey scored on Sunday as Fulham finally picked up its first win of the English Premier League season, a 6-0 demolition of London rival QPR. Edson Buddle scored two more goals for FC Ingolstadt -- his fourth and fifth goals of the season -- but Bochum came ... Read the whole story
[NASL] Abe Thompson had a hat trick and Brain Shriver added two goals as the Ft. Lauderdale Strikers blitzed FC Edmonton for five goals in 22 minutes en route to a 5-0 win in the NASL quarterfinals. the NSC Minnesota Stars also moved on to the semifinals with a 1-0 ... Read the whole story
[USA-HONDURAS] Three MLS players -- Roger Espinoza (Sporting Kansas City), Marvin Chavez (Dallas FC) and Carlo Costly (Houston Dynamo) -- are among the players Honduras national team coach Luis Suarez called up for Saturday's game against the USA at Sun Life Stadium in Miami. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"How do you chant something like that? You can't be right, mentally. … It's disgusting. It's got no place in life."-- Tottenham coach Harry Redknapp responds to what Arsenal fans chanted at Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor, who had been on the Togo national team bus  that was attacked by gunmen before the 2010 African Cup of Nations. Three members of the team delegation were killed. The Arsenal fans chanted, "It should have been you, it should have been you. Shot in Angola. It should have been you." (The Guardian) ...More


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