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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, March 20, 2012
[MLS IMPORTS WATCH] Six first-year foreigners have already scored for their new clubs. In particular, Scotsman Kris Boyd and Panamanian Blas Perez could be impact players up front for Portland and FC Dallas. Colombians Jaime Castrillon (Colorado) and Hanyer Mosquera (Portland) could also be important additions for their clubs in ... Read the whole story
[MLS ATTENDANCE] The Montreal Impact's first MLS home game drew 58,912 to the Olympic Stadium, setting an attendance record for pro soccer in the Canadian city. For MLS team attendance rankings ... Read the whole story
[WEEK 3] Unbeaten Seattle and Houston will meet in the first Friday night game of the MLS season. Chicago, Columbus, Toronto FC, New England and New York all play their home openers this weekend. For all the action ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK] It's less than 72 hours before the USA opens Olympic men's qualifying against Cuba in Nashville, Tenn. For the assessment of former Akron teammates Zarek Valentin and Kofi Sarkodie on how the team is progressing as well as highlights of Sunday night's 3-0 scrimmage win over the NASL ... Read the whole story
[NASL PRESEASON] The countdown to the start of the 2012 NASL season continues. The 2011 runner-up Ft. Lauderdale Strikers beat both the Canada and Trinidad & Tobago under-23 teams preparing in Florida for Olympic qualifying. The defending champion The Minnesota Stars FC went 2-0-1 against college opposition on a swing ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"It was a shame to read the newspapers and see that the federal government has united with FIFA to make 'the greatest World Cup of all time.' It's a troublesome lie. It won't be the greatest and we will be embarrassed. The federal government is deceiving the people. President Dilma is being deceived or is letting people deceive her. … It will be the greatest heist in the history of Brazil. Then I'll want to see if the people who were smiling in the photograph in that meeting will want to show up again. Brazil is a circus and you ...More


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