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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, April 4, 2012
[MLS INJURY REPORT] FC Dallas star David Ferreira's bad luck continues. The 2010 MLS MVP will be out 6-8 weeks after undergoing surgery to repair a small fracture in his right foot on Tuesday. Read the whole story
[MLS SUSPENSIONS] MLS suspended three more players for incidents that did not result in red cards during weekend action. Jair Benitez (FC Dallas), Brandon McDonald (D.C. United) and Atiba Harris (Vancouver). For video of the incidents ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK] There was nothing spectacular about Lionel Messi's two goals -- both from the penalty spot -- but they were enough to lead Barcelona to a 3-1 win over AC Milan and move into the semifinals of the UEFA Champions League. The goals gave Messi a Champions League single-season ... Read the whole story
[WEEK 5] MLS begins midweek play with two games in Week 5. The Montreal Impact, still looking for its first MLS wins, travels to Real Salt Lake on Wednesday, and FC Dallas hosts the New England Revolution on Thursday. For all this week's action ... Read the whole story
[SCOREBOARD] Loser of all three MLS games, Toronto FC faces a huge task when it looks to beat Santos on the road in the second leg of their Concacaf Champions League semifinal series. The Mexican club is led by Herculez Gomez, who scored in each three games in the knockout ... Read the whole story
[KIRIN CUP] In a game that kicked off four hours earlier than previously scheduled due to heavy rains and high winds that were forecast and kept the crowd down to 500 fans at Chiba's Fukuda Denshi Arena, the USA beat Brazil, 3-0, to wrap up its stay at the Kirin ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"My players in '94 had character. [Marcelo] Balboa, [Alexi] Lalas. Only [Landon] Donovan and [Tim] Howard -- maybe [Michael] Bradley -- from today make team back then."-- Bora Milutinovic, coach of the USA's 1994 World Cup team. Milutinovic, who coached five different World Cup teams, now resides in Qatar, for which he served as "bid ambassador" for its successful campaign to host the 2022 World Cup. The 68-year-old is now adviser at the Aspire Academy, a sporting institute for Qatar’s elite young athletes. (New York Times) ...More


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