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Home > Soccer America Daily > Monday, Sept. 23, 2013
[MLS: Starting XI] New York and Seattle held on to their conference leads, while Portland earned a critical win in its bid to earn its first playoff berth. Eddie Johnson and Diego Valeri have been carrying the Sounders and Timbers, respectively, while Luis Robles continues to make big saves for ... Read the whole story
[MLS REWIND: Week 30] The New York Red Bulls took over the lead in the race for the Supporters' Shield and regained sole possession of first place in the Eastern Conference with a 1-0 victory over FC Dallas at Red Bull Arena Sunday evening. The Red Bulls, who have won ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Terrence Boyd scored in his third straight Austrian Bundesliga game as Rapid Vienna beat Ried, 2-0. Geoff Cameron scored his first English Premier League goal, but it was not enough to prevent Stoke City from falling at EPL co-leader Arsenal, 3-1. Chukwudi Chijindu scored in the second minute ... Read the whole story
[NASL REWIND: Week 8] Goals from Montreal Impact loan player Calum Mallace and Simone Bracalello on either side of halftime gave Minnesota United FC a 2-1 win at FC Edmonton that pushed it up three places behind the third-place Carolina RailHawks on goal difference. Daryl Fordyce claimed a consolation goal ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Golazo] Benfica's Rita Martins, facing away from Novasemente's goal, lobbed the goalkeeper with a reverse bunny-hop shot. Read the whole story

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"Winning against Manchester United and the way we did is always important. It was a very important result. You normally don't expect to win 4-1 against United, but the most important thing after the win is the way we played. Maybe United couldn't play better because we played so well." -- First-year Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini claiming that City's 4-1 win over United could be a damaging blow to United under its own first-year manager, David Moyes. (Telegraph) ...More

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