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Home > Soccer America Daily > Monday, Nov. 25, 2013
[MLS PLAYOFFS: Portland-Real Salt Lake] The MLS Western Conference title came down to two teams that went through very different turnarounds in 2013, and in the end, experience prevailed. Leading, 4-2, from the first leg, and not fazed by a typically frenzied Portland crowd at Jeld-Wen Field, Real Salt Lake ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Mix Diskerud scored on a rocket from outside the area, but Rosenborg fell to Molde, 4-2, in the final of Norway's NH Cupen. Jose Torres, the lone American involved in the Mexico playoffs, came off the bench in Tigres' 2-2 tie with Club America. Read the whole story
[MEN'S SOCCER] Four unseeded teams -- Penn State, Coastal Carolina, Stanford and Connecticut -- advanced to the round of 16  in NCAA Division I Men's Tournament on Sunday. The seeds to fall were No. 10 UC Santa Barbara, No. 13 Charlotte, No. 15 Cal State Northridge and No. 16 UMBC. ... Read the whole story
[WOMEN'S SOCCER] Duke and Virginia Tech, winners in shootouts, are among six ACC teams in the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament quarterfinals. Defending champion North Carolina, No. 1 Florida State, Virginia and unseeded Boston College also moved into the quarterfinals. Notre Dame is the only ACC team to fall to ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] Diego Costa, the Brazilian who plans to play for Spain, scored his 14th goal in 14 La Liga games with a sweet overhead volley. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"Mario's reaction shows his respect for Borussia Dortmund. He is a great personality." -- Bayern Munich sports director Matthias Sammer on Mario Goetze, who held up his hands in an apologetic gesture and refused to celebrate after scoring the first goal in Bayern's 3-0 win at Dortmund. Goetze, who joined Borussia Dortmund at age 8 but left for Bayern this season when it triggered a $50 million release clause, was greeted with "Judas Goetze" chants. (Die Welt) ...More


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