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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013
[USA MEN] Jurgen Klinsmann was expected to announce on Thursday his U.S. squad for the upcoming World Cup 2014 qualifiers against Jamaica in Kansas City on Oct. 11 and at Panama four days later, but injury questions have pushed back the roster release to the weekend. But even though the ... Read the whole story
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Week 2] It's going to be hard to dislodge Bayern Munich. Forget for a moment the nightmare Joe Hart had in goal for Manchester City, Bayern Munich's 3-1 win at the Etihad Stadium signaled it remains the best team in Europe despite a change in coaches. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] With Jermaine Jones again suspended, Sacha Kljestan was the only American to play in the UEFA Champions League. He drew for Anderlecht a penalty midway through the first half, but the Belgian champions couldn't convert and went down to a 3-0 defeat at home to Greek champion Olympiakos, ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Jose Torres missed his penalty kick as Tigres fell to city rival Monterrey in a shootout, 4-2, after it blew a 2-0 lead at the half and had to settle for a 2-2 tie with Los Rayados in the quarterfinals of Mexico's Copa MX. Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Golazo] The 31-year-old Hisato Sato, on track to leading the J-League in scoring for the second straight season, struck with a brilliant volley from outside the penalty area in Sanfrecce Hiroshima's 2-0 win over Sagan Tosu. Read the whole story


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"I watch every single game in the Premier League –- [the full] 90 minutes. I take my time to study and to learn other strikers' movements and to learn about other defenders. I want to be one of the best in this league, so you can only learn from the best by watching the best. After training I go home and record every game. I have a satellite and I just watch the games. My aim is to go down as one of the greatest." -- Everton's Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku says he does a lot of homework. (FIFA.com) ...More


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