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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012
[THIRTEEN FOR '13] Some soccer hotbeds go unnoticed. They might lack a pro club, a major college program or a big-time youth club. One such area is the Rio Grande Valley area in South Texas. It took a move from Mission, located on the Mexican border across from Reynosa, to ... Read the whole story
[MLS TRANSACTIONS] Eastern Conference champion Sporting Kansas City continued its aggressive pursuit of talent by signing 28-year-old Argentine Claudio Bieler, who becomes the first Designated Player signed by an MLS club in the offseason. Sporting KC is banking on Bieler sticking around longer than the club's previous three DP signings. Read the whole story
[DATEBOOK] Major League Soccer will open its 18th season with nine games on the weekend of March 2-3. It announced the 2013 home openers for each of its 19 clubs. They will all play in front of their home fans by the end of Week 4. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Oguchi Onyewu and Jozy Altidore both scored in cup competitions on Tuesday. Onyewu's goal came in stoppage time in Malaga's 1-1 tie at Eibar in the Copa del Rey. Altidore's goal, his 15th of the season, helped AZ to a 3-2 win over second division Dordrecht in the ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] An atrocious free kick by a Brazilian keeper in Qatar last weekend, and after you watch it you'll know why the netminder is playing where he is. Read the whole story


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