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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011
[U.S. SPOTLIGHT] The U.S. striker, who just turned 22, has scored eight goals in all competitions for his new club, AZ Alkamaar. To assess how well Jozy Altidore is doing for the Dutch team, for which he debuted three months ago, just do the math. Read the whole story
[FRANCE] France, which hosts the United States on Friday at the Stade de France (TV: ESPN2, ESPN3, Univision, Univision.com, 3 pm ET), kept alive its streak of having qualified for every championship it has entered since its spectacular collapse cost it a berth at the 1994 World Cup in the ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Following the departure of longtime coach coach Steve Nicol, the New England Revolution's owners, Robert and Jonathan Kraft, have turned to the club's front office to make changes. U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati has been replaced as Revolution president by Brian Bilello, the club's chief operating officer the last ... Read the whole story
[MLS AWARDS] The Los Angeles Galaxy's Omar Gonzalez became the youngest player to be named MLS Defender of the Year when he won the 2011 award. Read the whole story
[SCOREBOARD] Antigua & Barbuda joined Jamaica and Guatemala as the USA's opponents in the next round of World Cup 2014 qualifying  in the Concacaf zone when it beat Haiti, 1-0, to clinch the Group F title. Guyana knocked out Trinidad & Tobago with a 2-1 win in Georgetown, while Canada ... Read the whole story


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"He wasn't the best. But he did it as a hobby. He is a billionaire but … he wanted to play football, to come in every day and train. And he did it, to be fair. He never expected any special treatment. But obviously there were his bodyguards around."-- English forward Jay Bothroyd on Al-Saadi Gadhafi, with whom Bothroyd played at Italian club Perugia. Al-Saadi, son of the late Libya dictator Moammar Gadhafi, played 18 times for the Libyan national team. Al-Saadi Gadhafi is under house arrest in Niger, charged with involvement in the hardline repressions orchestrated by his father. ...More


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