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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012
[MONEY MATTERS] On Day 2 since Cristiano Ronaldo revealed that he did not celebrate the two goals he scored for Real Madrid Sunday against Granada because he was unhappy, he admitted he is still "feeling sad'' at Real Madrid but denied it was over money. Nonetheless, CR7 ranks only 10th ... Read the whole story
[VIEWING PARTIES] Friday's Jamaica-USA match in Kingston will air on new BeIN Sport, now available on DirecTV and Dish Network but generally unavailable on cable. Many U.S. fans will be gathering to watch the World Cup 2014 qualifier, which kicks off at 8 p.m. ET. Here are some establishments that ... Read the whole story
[MLS ATTENDANCE] Real Salt Lake, one of three teams that announced 20,000-plus crowds in Week 26, is headed to a club record attendance average. That's thanks to young fans, says RSL President Bill Manning. ... For MLS team attendance rankings ... Read the whole story
[WEEK 27] The red-hot Columbus Crew, who jumped two spots into a tie for fourth place with a 2-1 win over the Montreal Impact on Saturday, can take over third place with a win at the New England Revolution on Wednesday. The Colorado Rapids and Portland Timbers, the bottom two ... Read the whole story
[AWARDS] Regular-season champion Orlando City leads all teams with seven players selected to the All-USL PRO teams, three on the first team and four on the second. The Charleston Battery and Wilmington Hammerheads, who will meet Saturday night for the 2012 USL PRO Championship, each have two players selected. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"They say when they come there, they smell marijuana. ... We get them high and then we try to beat them. It's a really good atmosphere."-- Jamaican midfielder Dane Richards jokes about comments from U.S. national team players about being able to smell marijuana when they play at Jamaica's National Stadium, known as "The Office." Jamaica hosts the USA in a World Cup qualifier on Friday. (BigAppleSoccer.com) ...More


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