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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, April 17, 2013
[GUINNESS INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONS CUP] The LA Galaxy will be the lone MLS representative in the inaugural Guinness International Champions Cup, an eight-team summer tournament that will serve as a preseason competition for European clubs. Real Madrid, Inter Milan and Juventus were the first three European clubs announced for the tournament ... Read the whole story
[BOSTON MARATHON TRAGEDY] The Kraft Family that owns the MLS New England Revolution and NFL Patriots will match donations of up to $100,000 in hopes to assist recovery for victims of the Boston Marathon tragedy. Read the whole story
[MLS DISCIPLINE] MLS Commissioner Don Garber has suspended San Jose Earthquakes star Alan Gordon for three games and fined him an undisclosed amount for the gay slur he made towards Portland Timbers captain Will Johnson in the 60th minute of Sunday's match in Portland. Read the whole story
[MLS SCHEDULE: Week 8] Sporting Kansas City carries a 429-minute shutout streak, the second longest in club history, into Wednesday's game at the New York Red Bulls -- the first midweek game of the 2013 season. Kansas City was idle last week, while New York is coming off its best ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Tim Howard's Everton held Arsenal to a 0-0 tie Tuesday at the Emirates Stadium in a result that won't help either team in their bid to finish in the top four of the English Premier League, which assures qualification for next season's UEFA Champions League. Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] Home to the 2014 World Cup and recognized worldwide as the rhythmic beating heart of the Beautiful Game, this weekend Brazil birthed a penalty kick so terribly terrific and wonderfully woeful so as to defy description, like Carnival gone wrong. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"We think the fair play policies are good but we want to make clear that this was a reaction by Suarez to Jara's provocation when he was grabbed by the genitals." -- Uruguayan soccer federation (AUF) president Sebastian Bauza on an incident in World Cup qualifying play in which Luis Suarez allegedly punched Chile defender Gonzalo Jara. Argentine referee Nestor Pitana did not cite an infraction but FIFA opened an investigation last week. (Reuters) ...More


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