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Home > Soccer America Daily > Monday, Sept. 16, 2013
[MLS: Starting XI] MLS has new leaders: New York in the Eastern Conference and Seattle in the Western Conference. They got winning goals over the weekend from Thierry Henry, back in the good graces of Red Bulls coach Mike Petke, and Obafemi Martins, back in the Sounders' lineup after missing ... Read the whole story
[MLS SPOTLIGHT] Troy Wolff, a 46-year-old Seattle Sounders fan, died after being stabbed in the neck and torso by an assailant as he went to defend his female partner, who was also attacked as they left Friday's Sounders game, a 2-0 win over Real Salt Lake that drew more than ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Aron Johannsson scored his sixth goal of the season in all competitions, from the penalty spot, to give Dutch club AZ a 3-0 win over Go Ahead Eagles. Sacha Kljestan and Terrence Boyd, neither of whom was called up for the recent World Cup 2014 qualifiers, also continued ... Read the whole story
[NASL REWIND: Week 7] The Fort Lauderdale Strikers extended their unbeaten streak to six games but missed out on taking over the NASL lead when they were held to a 1-1 tie at FC Edmonton on Sunday. Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Foul Play] If this isn't red-card worthy, what is? Referee Edvin Jurisevic, who seemed close enough to the play to see Toronto FC's Jonathan Osorio blast the ball at the head of the Red Bulls' fallen Kosuke Kimura but kept his cards in his pocket. Read the whole story


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"Calling me a donkey doesn't offend me because they are one of the most hard-working animals." -- Dunga, former Brazil national team star and coach, after fans chanted "donkey, donkey" at him as his current team, Brazilian club Internacional, was held to a 2-2 draw by Vitoria. (Reuters) ...More


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