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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Dec. 28, 2012
[THIRTEEN FOR '13] One of the neat things about MLS's homegrown program is that it allows young players to begin their pro careers with their hometown teams. Just ask Gyasi Zardes, who grew up dreaming of playing for the Los Angeles Galaxy down the road from his home in Hawthorne, ... Read the whole story
[ATTENDANCE WATCH] Brazil attracted 2012's top three U.S. crowds for friendly games it played in late spring. The Seattle Sounders drew nine of the 20 largest crowds, seven for MLS regular-season matches and one each for the MLS playoffs and a friendly against Chelsea. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] With a week to go before the start of the Torneo Clausura in Mexico's Liga MX, five Americans have changed clubs. U.S. internationals Jose Torres (Tigres) and Michael Orozco Fiscal (Pachuca) left after long stays at the clubs they joined after they moved to Mexico. Atlante brought up ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Sacha Kljestan's Anderlecht headed into the winter break in Belgium with an eight-point lead thanks to a 4-1 win over visiting Lierse for its 10th victory in a row in the Jupiler League. Read the whole story
[AWARDS] Phil Rawlins (Orlando City), Scott Zapko (Carolina Dynamo) and Charlie Naimo (Pali Blues) were recognized with Executive of the Year awards for their respective outdoor leagues at the recent USL Hall of Fame & Awards Dinner. Naimo was also named one of the 10 Hall of Fame inductees. For ... Read the whole story


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"Ask any player in the world and they will tell you they want to play every game. But the competition here is incredible. It is the biggest club in the world. You need to be aware there are five strikers who want to be part of the games. I have to prove, in one minute or 90, that I want to start." -- Young Mexican star Javier Hernandez after his goal in the 90th minute gave Manchester United a 4-3 win over Newcastle that extended its lead at the top of the Premier League to seven points. Chicharito, who was ...More


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