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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013
[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Week 4] Laboring through a crowded stretch of five games in 16 days, the Galaxy rested many starters yet still had enough quality to beat Isidro Metapan, 1-0, in a Concacaf Champions League match Wednesday at StubHub Center. Read the whole story
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Week 1] A day after Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hat trick, Lionel Messi matched him with three goals as Barcelona disposed of Ajax, 4-0, to open play in the UEFA Champions League. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Danny Williams, Eric Lichaj and Tim Ream, all former members on the U.S. national team now looking to resurrect their careers in England's second level, play keyed roles as their respective clubs earned midweek results in England's League Championship. Read the whole story
[BEACH SOCCER WORLD CUP] The USA looks to advance past the group stage for the first time at the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup, where it opens play on Thursday against Spain in Papeete, Tahiti (ESPN3, 10 p.m. ET). Eddie Soto's 12-player roster is mostly compromised of players based in ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] In South African action, Bidvest Wits grabbed a stoppage time goal to tie AmaZulu, 1-1, thanks to keeper Tapuwa Kapini's blunder while trying to run out the clock. Read the whole story


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"It's time for football clubs and players to step up and make a visible stand against homophobia in our national game. By wearing rainbow laces players will send a message of support to gay players and can begin to drag football into the 21st century." -- Laura Doughty, the deputy chief executive of gay rights organization Stonewall, which has sent rainbow-colored shoe laces to all professional clubs in England and encouraged players to don them during next weekend's games in support of a campaign to kick homophobia out of soccer. (The Guardian) ...More


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