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Home >Soccer America Daily > Monday, Nov. 18, 2013
[ATTENDANCE WATCH] Brazil drew a crowd of 71,124 Saturday night at Miami's Sun Life Stadium to watch it beat Honduras, 5-0, in a friendly. It was the largest crowd ever to watch a soccer match in Florida and almost 11,000 fans more than the Dolphins drew Sunday afternoon for their ... Read the whole story
[SCOTLAND-USA: Reaction] There were few positives to take away from Friday's 0-0 at Scotland. Jurgen Klinsmann liked what he saw from subs Aron Johannsson and Brek Shea after a first half not to his pleasing. For Scotland, the result was greeted positively, especially given the fact it had lost to ... Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP QUALIFYING] As expected, African powerhouses Ivory Coast, Nigeria and Cameroon clinched berths to the World Cup finals in Brazil. They bring to 24 the number of teams that have qualified for the World Cup. The eight remaining spots will be claimed on Tuesday and Wednesday. Read the whole story
[MLS 2014 COUNTDOWN] After its last-place season, Chivas USA got a jumpstart on its preparations for the 2014 season before breaking for the winter with a trip to Arizona Friday for the opening of the Kino Sports Complex North Stadium, where it dropped a 1-0 decision to the PDL's FC ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] With the score tied 2-2 in stoppage time in English minor league play, Barnet hit the Cambridge net from close range. But the apparent winning goal was called back by a linesman who judged the ball had gone out of bounds after flying off the ... Read the whole story


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