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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012
[MLS 2013] Contemplating Portland Timbers' season tickets for 2013? You're too late. They're gone. Already. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] American teenager Zach Pfeffer is leaving the Philadelphia Union to join German club Hoffenheim on a one-year loan. The deal comes as no surprise. He had trained with the Bundesliga club in 2010 but could not sign since FIFA rules prevent players from signing with a foreign club ... Read the whole story
[NASL] Longtime soccer promoter Tom Mulroy has been named the president of the NASL Ft. Lauderdale Strikers, replacing Tim Robbie, who has taken on the position of managing director of team personnel and stadium development as the club seeks to find a permanent home.< Read the whole story
[UCL REWIND: Tuesday] The eight spots in the round of 16 had already been decided before Tuesday's final game for Groups A-D. The only thing at stake on Tuesday was who would finish first -- and be seeded for the next round -- in two groups. Paris St. Germain won ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] Porto's keeper Helton failed to control a shot on the near post by Ezequiel Lavezzi which put Paris Saint-Germain ahead to stay in France 2-1, and cost the Portugese team a top seed. Read the whole story

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"We won't be holding a Christmas party this year. ... Have you seen the league table?" -- A spokesman for Queens Park Rangers explaining the English Premier League team will forgo the traditional party because it's in last place. (The Telegraph) ...More

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