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Home > Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Oct. 4, 2012
[MLS REWIND: Wednesday] The Chicago Fire could have all but clinched a playoff berth on Wednesday, but it fell to the Philadelphia Union, 3-1, for its first home loss in almost three months. The Vancouver Whitecaps picked up their first win in eight games with a 4-0 victory over Chivas ... Read the whole story
[MLS SPOTLIGHT] The New England Revolution, one of only two original MLS teams still without its own soccer-specific stadium, is in preliminary discussions with the city of Revere about a site for a possible soccer-specific stadium. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Santos beat Atlas, 2-1, in teenager Benji Joya's first start with the Mexican club on Wednesday. By contrast, Herculez Gomez did not play again, leaving him with 27 minutes of playing time in Santos' last six league games. Edgar Castillo and Joe Corona started for Tijuana in its ... Read the whole story
[UCL REWIND: Wednesday] English champion Manchester City salvaged its first point in the UEFA Champions League when Mario Balotelli's penalty kick gave it a 1-1 tie with German champion Borussia Dortmund. Four clubs made it two wins in two games on Wednesday: Arsenal, Malaga, Porto and Real Madrid. Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK] Real Madrid's Karim Benzema shows off his athleticism when he rides home this cross from Kaka during a 4-1 Champions League win at Ajax. Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"The game is going to have a different feel to it. I'm so hyped for the game and everybody else will be really pumped for the game."-- Portland Timbers forward Bright Dike on his team's game on Sunday at Seattle, where a crowd of more than 67,000 is expected at CenturyLink Field for the clash of Northwest rivals. If the turnout meets expectations, it will rank as the second-highest single-game attendance for a regular-season game in league history, trailing the attendance of 69,255 for the Los Angeles Galaxy's inaugural MLS game at the Rose Bowl on April 13, 1996. (The ...More

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