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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Feb. 16, 2012
[WORLD VIEW] Can it get any worse for Arsenal without Arsene Wenger saying enough is enough? The Gunners fell at AC Milan, 4-0, on Wednesday in the UEFA Champions League, all but assuring an exit at the first hurdle of the knockout stage. As Wenger admitted afterward, Arsenal was never ... Read the whole story
[MLS SPOTLIGHT] Unlike the past two preseasons, getting two goals in a 120-minute game against Columbus Wednesday that also featured three red cards didn’t change the collective mindset of the Sounders. That's what leading the league in scoring (56 goals in 34 games), as they did in 2011, will do. Read the whole story
[SCOREBOARD] The Seattle Sounders beat the Columbus Crew, 2-0, on goals by Fredy Montero and Cordell Cato in a preseason match that featured three red cards and eight yellow cards. Trialist Franck Songo'o set up two more goals as the Portland Timbers remained unbeaten in preseason with a 2-0 win ... Read the whole story
[MLS BUSINESS] Barbasol, whose connection with sports goes back to the turn of the last century when Babe Ruth and Knute Rockne were spokespersons for the shaving cream, has signed a five-year deal as the Columbus Crew's jersey sponsor. Read the whole story
[DATEBOOK] Florida is no longer represented in MLS, but it remains an important state for international action. The U.S. national team will face Scotland on May 26 in Jacksonville and then return to Florida two weeks later for its World Cup 2014 qualifying opener against Antigua & Barbuda in Tampa. ... Read the whole story


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"FIFA has contacted the Argentinian FA (AFA) with regards to a potential change of name of the Liga de Primera Division. … FIFA has requested the AFA to provide further information on this matter, and reminded the AFA of Art. 3 of the FIFA Statutes which prohibits any kind of discrimination against a country, private person or group of people on account of ethnic origin, gender, language, religion, politics or any other reason."-- FIFA issues a statement regarding reports that Argentina's top league, the Liga de Primera Division, is considering changing its name to the "Crucero General Belgrano First Division" ...More


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