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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2012
[MLS SPOTLIGHT] What would AEG be without Philip Anschutz? And where would MLS be without AEG? Anschutz Company announced Tuesday it wants to sell AEG, its entertainment group that includes the Los Angeles Galaxy, as well as the NHL champion Los Angeles Kings. But its sports division is only a ... Read the whole story
[TAURO FC-REAL SALT LAKE] Alvaro Saborio scored on a penalty kick three minutes into stoppage, after injuring his shoulder and being taken down, to give Real Salt Lake a 1-0 win at Panama's Tauro FC that kept its hopes of advancing in the Concacaf Champions League alive. Read the whole story
[WEEK 4] Jonathan Bornstein made a rare start for Mexican club Tigres in its 1-1 tie at Real Esteli of Nicaragua. Jorge Espericueta earned Tigres the draw with the tying goal in the 89th minute. The Los Angeles Galaxy and Seattle Sounders, both winners of their first two games, are ... Read the whole story
[UCL REWIND] Real Madrid twice came back from a goal down in the last quarter of an hour and then beat Manchester City, 3-2, on Cristiano Ronaldo's knuckle ball that eluded goalkeeper Joe Hart. Big-spending Paris St. Germain pounded Dynamo Kiev, 4-1, with three goals in the first 32 minutes. ... Read the whole story
[WEEK 28] First place in the Eastern Conference will be on the line when the New York Red Bulls host Sporting KC on Wednesday. The Red Bulls will leapfrog first-place SKC and the second-place Chicago Fire with a win. For all the weekend action ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"It was all soccer. We wouldn't have done it for sentiment. We think he's still got good goalkeeping in him. It's an added bonus if there's a bit of sentiment in there. But we're in the business of winning championships, and as much as I love Marcus … if he couldn't do the business, we wouldn't have signed him."-- Sounders FC general manager Adrian Hanauer on signing 40-year-old goalkeeper Marcus Hahnemann, a Washington state product who played college ball at Seattle Pacific and for the then minor league Seattle Sounders in 1994-96. Hahnemann returned to Washington, presumably to retire, this summer ...More


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