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Home > Soccer America Daily > Friday, Dec. 23, 2011
[USA CONFIDENTIAL] The U.S. back line is the area where the need of replacements is most dire, and in naming seven defenders to the roster for a two and a half-week training camp and friendlies against Venezuela and Panama head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has gone beyond the usual suspects. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] U.S. national team midfielder Jermaine Jones is under fire in the German media. He was red carded in stoppage time for picking up his second yellow card in Schalke 04's 3-1 loss to Borussia Moenchengladbach Wednesday in the German Cup, but it was an incident that was not ... Read the whole story
[MLS TRANSACTIONS] The Los Angeles Galaxy signed 18-year-old midfielder Jose Villarreal, one of the most promising players in the Development Academy. He helped Pateadores win the U.S. Soccer Development Academy U-17/18 championship in July, scoring 20 goals in 31 games. Read the whole story
[AWARDS] Voting has opened for the 2011 Best of U.S. Soccer and Athlete of the Year awards. Fans can vote for finalists in each of the four Athlete of the Year Awards -- Male, Female, Young Male, Young Female -- as well as the 11 categories comprising this year’s Best ... Read the whole story
[INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY] The Portland Timbers' Rodney Wallace, one of three MLS players in the starting lineup, scored the first goal for Costa Rica in its 2-0 win at Venezuela in a friendly played on Thursday in Barquisimeto. Read the whole story

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"If he comes to France, Beckham will pay around 50 percent in tax in France. Would it be better for him to pay tax in London rather than Paris? Personally, I'd prefer if he paid it in Paris." -- French Industry Minister Eric Besson, moving to appease critics of David Beckham's move to Paris St. Germain, saying he would pay 50 percent of his salary in taxes. Critics blasted the proposed salary of more than $1 millon a month. (AFP) ...More

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