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Home > Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, April 17, 2012
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] To say the least, there is no love lost between Bayern Munich and Real Madrid, which meet Tuesday in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League series at Munich's at the Allianz Arena (TV: Fox Soccer, 2:45 pm ET). In a rivalry that dates back more ... Read the whole story
[MLS TRANSACTIONS] The Chicago Fire reacquired 29-year-old forward Chris Rolfe, who spent the last three seasons with Danish club Aalborg BK. For more on April transfer deadline moves ... Read the whole story
[MLS ATTENDANCE] After 53 games in the first six weeks of MLS's 2012 season, the league has announced a total attendance of 1,032,963 for an average of 19,490 per game. ... Kansas City and Philadelphia announced standing-room-only crowds and Seattle welcomed 38,360 fans for its 1-0 win over Colorado. ... Read the whole story
[WEEK 7] Sporting Kansas City puts its perfect record on the line when it travels to the Vancouver Whitecaps on Wednesday. D.C. United can move into second place in the Eastern Conference with a win over the Montreal Impact. For all this week's action and Monday's Reserve League results ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Steve Clark earned his third shutout in four games in goal for Norwegian Tippeligaen club Honefoss in its 2-0 win at Stabaek, which started a pair of Americans, Ricardo Clark and Sean Cunningham. Read the whole story


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"If you see all the games we are the better team. Only difference is that (we) don't have points."-- Toronto FC coach Aron Winter on his team losing its first five games of the season -- a record-setting streak of futility even at the club that has not reached the playoffs since joining MLS in 2007. (IFpress.com) ...More


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