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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2012
[USA MEN] Jose Torres could be the poster boy for what Jurgen Klinsmann says is the biggest problem with U.S. national team players, their inconsistency. Dropped after the 2010 World Cup by Coach Bob Bradley, Torres, who has spent his entire pro career playing for Mexico's Pachuca, was recalled by ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Overshadowed by the signing of Clint Dempsey from Fulham was Tottenham's acquisition of another player with potentially big implications for another American. Spurs signed Hugo Lloris from Lyon for $19 million, but first-year Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas warned there is no guarantee the French captain will supplement Brad ... Read the whole story
[MONEY MATTERS] Spending on U.S. internationals during the summer transfer window that is closing across Europe topped $19 million. A dozen players switched clubs, six for transfer fees, two on free transfers and four on loan. Read the whole story
[THE PITCH] For Christen Press, soccer is her story, and like any good story the plot of her story had a few unexpected twists in the first half of her first season in Sweden. Now back from the Olympics, she has begun the second half of the season with six ... Read the whole story
[MLS GOLEADORES] New England's French striker Saer Sene scored twice in a 3-3 tie with Chivas USA to join the Golden Boot race. ... Week 26's games averaged 2.91 goals per game as MLS is on pace for its highest scoring season since 2008. ... For the latest on the ... Read the whole story


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"There were some things that were said that weren't true. That's in the past now. It's about looking toward the future and like I said, I'm looking forward to playing with Tottenham. It's a great team, a great club. I want to thank the fans of Fulham. It's been 5½ great years. Some of my best memories in football have been there. I want to thank the chairman for taking a chance on me from MLS and I wish them well in the future." -- Clint Dempsey on his controversial exit from Fulham, which sold him to Tottenham. He added ...More


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