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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2013
[QATAR 2022] About the only thing for certain about the 2022 World Cup is that it won't played in the summer in Qatar. If, as FIFA president Sepp Blatter proposes, the tournament is moved to the winter in Qatar, the move won't take place without a fight. Just how much ... Read the whole story
[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Week 4] Second-half substitutions made by MLS head coaches helped their teams post important results in Concacaf Champions League play Tuesday night. Read the whole story
[MLS SPOTLIGHT] Troubled Chivas USA has named Arturo Galvez as its new president and chief business officer, replacing Jose David less than 11 months after he was hired. Read the whole story
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Week 1] On Sunday, Cristiano Ronaldo signed a contract extension that will keep him at Real Madrid through 2018. And on Tuesday he played like the highest-paid player in the world that he now is with a hat trick in Real Madrid's 6-1 win at Galatasaray to ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] One of the most attractive women's leagues for American players is Australia's Westfield W-League because of its short season in the middle of the NWSL offseason, and Canberra United has already completed two signings: Laurie Lindsey and Stephanie Ochs. Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] Champions League runner-up Borussia Dortmund's hopes of returning to the final depend on survival in what it's dubbed "Europe's Hottest Group." Starting with Neven Subotic, a former U.S. U-17 national player, three Dortmund players welcome Arsenal, Napoli and Marseille in this promotional video that includes a ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"There's a difference between Spurs fans self-describing themselves as Yids and someone calling someone a Yid as an insult. You have to be motivated by hate. Hate speech should be prosecuted -- but only when it's motivated by hate." -- British Prime Minister David Cameron offers his opinion on the English FA's warning that the use of the word "Yid" in fan chants "could amount to a criminal offense" and a ban on attending games. Fans of Tottenham Spurs, which has a large Jewish following, often refer to themselves as the "Yid Army" and to players as "Yiddos." (The Jewish ...More


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