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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, April 24, 2013
[BAYERN MUNICH-BARCELONA] Have we seen the end of an era? Barcelona, which has dominated European soccer with 14 trophies (going on 15 with the 2013 La Liga title), slumped to a 4-0 loss to Bayern Munich in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League semifinal series and looks sure ... Read the whole story
[FIFA] For all the attention to corruption scandals at the FIFA level, the real action is at the confederation level. Of soccer's six confederations, five have had their presidents banned or quit or be reprimanded in the wake of corruption charges in the last three years. The latest: Paraguayan Nicolas ... Read the whole story
[U.S. OPEN CUP] The bid of Eric Wynalda's Cal FC to return to the U.S. Open Cup ended when it was eliminated in USASA Region IV qualifying. In other action, former U.S. international Danny Szetela's Icon FC advanced in Region I qualifying to the U.S. Open Cup's centennial edition, while ... Read the whole story
[USL PRO REWIND: Week 6] Orlando City conceded a 90th minute-equalizer to Nate Thornton, but its 1-1 tie with the Charlotte Eagles earned it a point that moved it into first place in USL PRO. Dom Dwyer, who's on loan from Sporting Kansas City, scored his third goal of the ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Role Model] Borussia Dortmund hosts it biggest game this century Wednesday only hours after learning its brightest young star will be at archrival Bayern Munich next season. Veteran keeper Roman Weidenfeller may have to channel his counterpart in South America to keep his young team focused against mighty ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"I know I'm not going to continue at this pace the whole year, so I told everyone not to get too excited. But it feels good. And the goals will keep coming if we're still winning." -- The Philadelphia Union's 20-year-old striker Jack McInerney, whose six goals in the season's first seven games make him the MLS's youngest leading scorer in history. (MLSSoccer.com) ...More


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