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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, July 18, 2012
[SUMMER OF SOCCER] Another summer of soccer begins Wednesday when the Seattle Sounders host European champion Chelsea in the opening game of the World Football Challenge. Chelsea is bringing its newest signings, 21-year-old Belgian midfielder Eden Hazard and 23-year-old German winger Marko Marin, though it will be without Ashley Cole, ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Unable to find any playing time at Tigres, Jonathan Bornstein hoped things would change with a move to Atlante in Cancun, but the U.S. international will remain with Tigres in Monterrey after a loan deal reached in June fell apart when Atlante couldn't reach an agreement on paying ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK] An American stood out in Tuesday's friendly between Roma and Rapid Vienna, and it wasn't Michael Bradley, making his Roma debut. Terrence Boyd, transferred over the summer from Borussia Dortmund to Rapid Vienna, scored a spectacular bicycle kick for the Austrian club's lone goal in its 2-1 loss ... Read the whole story
[WEEK 20] A busy week of MLS action kicks off early Wednesday with two rare midweek afternoon games. New York-Chicago and Chivas USA-Portland will both kick off at 1 p.m. local times. Five more games will be held Wednesday night. The Vancouver Whitecaps will try to put some distance between ... Read the whole story
[PDL] The PDL playoffs begin Tuesday with Reading United, the Ottawa Fury and Carolina Dynamo capturing division titles in the Eastern Conference. They'll join the Ocean City Nor'easters in this weekend's conference championships, one of four conference final fours to determine the league's four semifinalists. Read the whole story


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"We're having a heat wave. Having a game at 1 o'clock; if you want a great game and the team to run for 1 ½ hours, putting the game at 1 pm and whatever time the one against Philly is (won't help). ... I'm just saying we all want to perform and play well for the fans, and for them to come and make the game. Wednesday, 1 pm? I hope it won't be as hot as it has been recently, but yeah ... it's not what you want."-- New York Red Bulls striker Thierry Henry on his team playing ...More


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