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Home > Soccer America Daily > Monday, Dec. 31, 2012
[GOLEADORES] No American approached Lionel Messi's 91 goals, but it was a good year for U.S. goal scorers. Three players -- Chris Wondolowski (27), Jozy Altidore (25) and Clint Dempsey (23) -- scored more than 20 goals in 2012; three others -- Kenny Cooper, Eddie Johnson and Herculez Gomez -- ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Goalies Tim Howard (Everton) and Brad Guzan (Aston Villa) suffered home losses on the final weekend of the year in the English Premier League. Everton went ahead against Chelsea in the first 95 seconds, but Frank Lampard scored twice, the second on a rebound after a fantastic stop ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Stuart Holden took another step in his latest comeback, playing for Bolton Wanderers in an indoor scrimmage played behind-closed-doors against Wigan. Bolton manager Dougie Freedman is counting on Holden returning by the end of January so the club doesn't have to look for midfield help on the winter ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] The new NWSL was launched in part to keep U.S. women's stars from moving abroad, but midfield star Megan Rapinoe will begin 2013 at Lyon, the reigning French, European and unofficial world champion, according to her father. Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Magic Feet] Just over two minutes of some of the most incredible tricks and creative goals 2012 had to offer in Europe. Read the whole story

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"There is no very strong professional league. They have just the MLS but they have no professional leagues which are recognized by the American society." -- FIFA President Sepp Blatter, telling Al-Jazeera professional soccer is still struggling in the United States 18 years after it hosted the World Cup. (Al-Jazeera @21:27) ...More

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