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Home > Soccer America Daily > Monday, Sept. 30, 2013
[MLS REWIND: Week 31] It might not qualify for the playoffs, but the Columbus Crew came out the big winner of four MLS games played Sunday. Conference leaders New York and Seattle played to a 1-1 tie to leave the Supporters' Shield race extremely tight, Portland edged Los Angeles, 1-0, ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Puebla came out on top over Tijuana, 2-0, in a match that featured six Americans. DaMarcus Beasley and Michael Orozco were on the winning side for La Franja, which remains four points outside the playoff zone. Joe Corona got a start for his first appearance in six games, ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] German club Schalke 04 dropped U.S. national team midfielder Jermaine Jones for its UEFA Champions League game against Basel this week, and he faces knee surgery that could keep him out of action for six weeks, according to media reports out of Germany. Read the whole story
[NASL: Week 9] The New York Cosmos overcame a 3-1 deficit at halftime to beat the Tampa Bay Rowdies, 4-3, in front of a home crowd of 6,518 and open a four-point gap at the top of the NASL standings. Second-half goals by Paulo Mendes, Diomar Diaz and former Spanish ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] Own goals deliver embarrassment in many forms. For Roda goalkeeper Filip Kurto the shame came off the back of his head after Utrecht's Jens Toornstra nailed a free kick off the post. Read the whole story

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"There are a lot of games to come, and I'll do everything I can to put it right. You're going to have bad results -- it's how you deal with them." -- Manchester United coach David Moyes after a 2-1 loss to West Bromwich Albion, which means his start at the helm has seen Man United off to its worst start to a season since 1989. (The Guardian) ...More

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