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Home > Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, May 1, 2012
[MLS IMPORTS WATCH] MLS clubs rely heavily on importing players when they make offseason moves. So far, 51 foreigners with no previous experience in U.S. leagues or the college ranks have been used by MLS clubs in 2012. Several have been key contributors in the success of their respective clubs, ... Read the whole story
[MLS ATTENDANCE] Philadelphia announced a sellout for its Week 8 clash with San Jose, but a few teams had season lows. For MLS team attendance rankings ... Read the whole story
[WEEK 9] The San Jose Earthquakes host D.C. United Wednesday in a match involving two of MLS's hottest teams. The Quakes, who can take over first place with a win, have a six-game unbeaten streak. United's unbeaten streak is now at seven games after it opened with two losses. For ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK] Manchester City erased the last of the eight-point lead Manchester United held on Easter, defeating United, 1-0, to take over first place on goal difference in the English Premier League with two games to play. City's attack is loaded with high-priced players, but it was Belgian defender Vincent ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Oguchi Onyewu was back in action for Sporting Lisbon, starting his second straight league game, a 2-1 decision over Academica in Lisbon that assured the Lions of no worse than a berth in Europa League qualifying next season. Sporting still has a chance, though, for a shot in ... Read the whole story


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"I laugh when I hear stories, 'Wolves have got relegated, people are going to come in and take all their players' -- if they were so good they wouldn't have got relegated."-- Tottenham coach Harry Redknapp on Wolverhampton, which is headed to the second tier in 2012-13. (ESPNSoccerNet) ...More


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