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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, May 9, 2012
[MLS SUSPENSIONS] The MLS giveth and MLS taketh away. In a season during which its Disciplinary Committee has just about weekly been handing down ex post facto suspensions, the league did something unique. After the fact, it rescinded a red card shown New England Revolution forward Fernando Cardenas in the ... Read the whole story
[WEEK 10] Real Salt Lake can take over sole possession of first place in the Western Conference with a win or tie at the Chicago Fire in one of three MLS games to be played on Wednesday. The Seattle Sounders will take a four-game winning streak, the longest current streak ... Read the whole story
[WEEKLY HONORS] FC Edmonton midfielder Shaun Saiko, who had a hat trick in FC Edmonton's 3-0 home win over the Carolina RailHawks, was named the NASL Offensive Player of the Week. Minnesota Stars FC center back Cristiano Dias was named NASL Defensive Player of the Week. Rochester Rhinos midfielder Drew ... Read the whole story
[EURO 2012 COUNTDOWN] Shaggy-haired defender Carles Puyol, one of the keys to Spain's Euro 2008 and 2010 World Cup titles, will almost certainly miss Euro 2012 after needing surgery on his right knee that will sideline him for around six weeks. Co-host Ukraine's big worry is in goal, which has ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK] They take their French seriously in Quebec. When Randy Cunneyworth, the Canadiens' first non-French-speaking coach in four decades, was hired as interim coach last year, the French-speaking press was up in arms. "Il ne parle pas français!"  Making sure he doesn't run into the same problems, Montreal Impact ... Read the whole story


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"He was getting hundreds of e-mails every day -- vitriol and expletive-filled -- saying 'Go home Yank.' Bill felt like it was a pretty unwelcoming environment."-- Jon Pritchett, chief executive of Club 9 Sports, explains how Glasgow Rangers fans chased away Tennessee tow-truck tycoon Bill Miller, the man set to bail out the bankrupt club. Club 9 Sports was initially involved in a consortium with Miller before announcing they had pulled out but Pritchett said he was still personally advising his friend Miller. (SkySports1) ...More


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