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Home > Soccer America Daily > Friday, Dec. 9, 2011
[REAL MADRID-BARCELONA] What will it take for Real Madrid to beat Barcelona in their much-awaited Clasico on Saturday at the Bernabeu Stadium (TV: Gol TV, ESPN3, 4 p.m. ET)? Real has beaten Barca just once in seven games since Coach Jose Mourinho took charge last year, but, according to the ... Read the whole story
[REAL MADRID-BARCELONA] Real Madrid and Barcelona will meet for a record seventh time this season on Saturday. Here are all the numbers you need to know to impress your friends while watching El Clasico ... Read the whole story
[U.S. UNDER-23 MEN] Freddy Adu, who played on the 2008 U.S. Olympic team, was among the 28 players U.S. under-23 national team head coach Caleb Porter called to an eight-day training camp Dec. 15-23 at the Premier Sports Campus in Lakewood Ranch, Fla. Read the whole story
[BEST OF MLS 2011: Left midfielders] His play for the national team has attracted lukewarm interest from foreign teams, and in his fourth pro season FC Dallas midfielder Brek Shea, 21, took his place among the best midfielders in the league. Read the whole story
[GENERATION ADIDAS TOUR] MLS's touring Generation adidas team dropped the first game on its trip to the Netherlands, falling to the Ajax reserves, 4-2, on Thursday in a game played in two 30-minute halves. Read the whole story

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"It was that I grew up with my mother my whole life. I just wanted to have her last name, because she was the one who raised me."-- Chivas USA's 22-year-old midfielder Jorge Villafana, who has legally changed his surname from Flores. Villafana, whose parents divorced when he was a toddler and who's had minimal communication with his father, was named to the U.S. U-23 national team roster for a December camp in preparation for Olympic qualifying in March. (ESPNLA) ...More

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