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Home > Soccer America Daily > Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013
[MLS REWIND: Week 31] Mike Magee scored two more goals to give him 18 for the season, but he'll rue the missed penalty kick that could have put the Chicago Fire's game against Montreal away late in the second half. Instead of the three points that would have moved the ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Aron Johannsson continued his hot streak for AZ with a spectacular winner on a looping shot from distance in its 2-1 win over Eredivisie leader PSV on Saturday. The goal was his 10th for AZ in all competitions. Chukwudi Chijindu had the winning goal for Thor in its ... Read the whole story
[NASL: Week 9] Wins by the Carolina RailHawks, Minnesota United FC and Atlanta Silverbacks left two points separating the top five teams in the NASL heading in the Sunday showdown between the first-place New York Cosmos and unbeaten Tampa Bay Rowdies. Read the whole story
[BEACH SOCCER WORLD CUP] Russia repeated as beach soccer world champion with a 5-1 win over Spain in Saturday's FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup final. Host Tahiti fell to Brazil in a shootout after their third-place game ended, 7-7. Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Golazo] Wilder Medina's goal for Ecuadoran club Barcelona -- so named because it was founded by a Spanish immigrant from that city in 1925 -- came after a 10-pass sequence that included three back-heels. Read the whole story

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"Obviously, the lineup had a lot to do with Tuesday's Open Cup [final]. I set these guys up to fail today, it's pretty simple." -- D.C. United coach Ben Olsen explains his team's 4-1 loss at Toronto FC on Saturday. D.C. United, which faces Real Salt Lake in the U.S. Open Cup final on Tuesday, fielded started six players age 23 or under. It has yet to win on the road in MLS play this season. (Washington Post) ...More

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