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BY THE NUMBERS: U.S. women's goals

21


Abby Wambach's goal in the 3-0 victory over Iceland Wednesday night in Pittsburgh was her team-leading 21st goal of the year, tying Tiffeny Milbrett for the second most goals in a calendar year in the history of the women's national team behind Michelle Akers (39 in 1991).

99


Kristine Lilly's goal against Iceland Wednesday gave her 99 goals in her ...

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Soccer America's OFF THE POST: Mixing samples

Midfielders Iulian Apostol and Adrian Senin of Romanian First Division club Farul Constanta have learned that if you need help filling your cup, don't trust a teammate. Mihai Baicu, who according to club vice president Robi Urs, ''put his urine in his teammates' test tubes with their agreement'' during post-game testing, had taken a banned diuretic, which explains his ability ...
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Soccer America's WINNERS & LOSERS: Champions League

Winners

WAYNE ROONEY. In his first Man U appearance since bought from Everton for $54.2 million, the 18-year-old notched a hat trick in a 6-2 European Champions League win over Fenerbahce. Rooney scored all three, including a free kick, from outside the penalty area.

ROBBIE RUSSELL. The Massachusetts product was the only American to see European Champions League action this week, coming ...
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YOUTH: Tournament Honor Roll of Champions (Sept. 24-26)

CAPITAL CITY CUP

Little Rock, Ark.

Sept. 25-26, 2004

(USYSA)

U11 Boys

1. Norman Celtic Green 2 (4)

2. ASC Heat 2 (3)

U12 Boys

1. Little Rock FC Blue 3

2. Russellville Strikers Yellow 1

U13 Boys

1. AR Predators 4

2. Shreveport USC Arsenal 1

U14 Boys

1. Little Rock FC Blue 1

2. Tulsa National 0

U16 Boys

1. Tulsa Thunder White

2. Conway Fusion

U17 Boys

1. Genesis 4

2. Little Rock FC Blue 0

U18 Boys

1. Little ...
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COLLEGE WOMEN: Soccer America Top 25 Scoreboard (Sept. 30)

RANK/TEAM (RECORD) LAST WEEK

1. Notre Dame (10-0-0) 1

Oct. 1 -- at No. 20 West Virginia.

Oct. 3 -- vs. Providence.

2. North Carolina (9-0-1) 2

Sept. 30 -- at N.C. State.

3. Virginia (9-0-0) 3

Sept. 28 -- vs. Richmond (ppd.)

Oct. 1 -- at Wake Forest.

4. Washington (8-0-0) 4

Oct. 1 -- at San Diego.

Oct. 3 -- at San Diego State.

5. ...
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COLLEGE MEN: Soccer America Top 25 Scoreboard (Sept. 28)

RANK/TEAM (RECORD) LAST WEEK

1. UC Santa Barbara (8-0-0) 1

Oct. 1 -- at San Francisco.

2. Duke (10-0-0) 22

Sept. 29 -- vs. Appalachian State W 3-0.

Oct. 3 -- vs. North Carolina.

3. California (7-0-1) 4

Oct. 2-- at No. 7 Stanford.

4. Santa Clara (7-1-0) 3

Oct. 1 -- at St. Mary's.

Oct. 3 -- vs. San Francisco.

5. New Mexico (6-0-0) 7

Sept. 30 ...
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U.S. SOCCER: Early goals power U.S. women past Iceland, 3-0

The United States got goals by Cindy Parlow and Abby Wambach in the second and 18th minutes, respectively, and coasted to a 3-0 victory over Iceland Wednesday night in Pittsburgh in the second game of the Fan Celebration Tour.

Kristine Lilly scored the 99th goal of her career in the second half to complete the scoring.

The match drew only 6,386 fans ...
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Soccer America's BY THE NUMBERS: Man U's millions

$9.9 million


Amount Manchester United paid in agents' fees last season.

$50 million


Man U's pre-tax profits last season.

$20.5 million


Amount by which last season's pre-tax profits fell from the previous season.

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MLS CONFIDENTIAL: Bruce ArenaÆs options

By Ridge Mahoney, Senior Editor

U.S. national team coach Bruce Arena was in attendance last Saturday at Spartan Stadium to watch the Galaxy and Quakes lurch their way to a 0-0 tie.

He refused to specify which players he might be observing as possible call-ups for the next two World Cup qualifiers against El Salvador and Panama. Not only did Arena ...
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EUROPEAN CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Group A

Sept. 28

Monaco (France) 2 (Kallon 5, Saviola 10) Dep. Coruna (Spain) 0.

Olympiakos (Greece) 1 (Stoltidis 17) Liverpool (England) 0.

Standings: Olympiakos 4 points; Liverpool, Monaco 3; Dep. Coruna 1.

Group B

Sept. 28

Dyn. Kiev (Ukraine) 4 (Rincon 30, 69, Cernat 73, 93) B. Leverkusen (Germany) 2 (Voronin 59, Nowotny 68).

Real Madrid (Spain) 4 (Raul 39, 72, Figo pen. 53, ...
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COLLEGE WOMEN: Soccer America Team of the Week (Week 5: Sept. 20-26)

GOALKEEPER

Megan Rivera (Auburn), Sr. (1)

Breaks SEC career shutout record with shutouts in Auburn's 1-0 win over then-No. 7 Florida and 1-0 win over South Carolina, giving her 30 in her Tiger career.

DEFENDERS

Michelle Biehl (Villanova), Sr. (1)

Leads the Cats' defense that shuts out then-No. 11 West Virginia (1-0) and Seton Hall (1-0) to give it seven shutouts in 10 games.

Brea Griffiths ...
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COLLEGE MEN: Soccer America Team of the Week (Week 4: Sept. 20-26)

GOALKEEPER

Kris Rake (William & Mary), Soph. (1)

Ties career-high with 10 saves in 1-0 victory over No. 2 Maryland, adds second shutout for the week in 1-0 win over American.

DEFENDERS

Cameron Knowles (Akron), Sr. (1)

Defensive MVP of the Husky Fever Classic, where Zips beat host Washington (2-1) and loses to Portland (0-1).

Laurent Manuel (Brown), Fr. (1)

Key on Bears' defense that shuts out ...
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OFF THE POST: The Separation of Church and Soccer

Rosenborg has won the last 12 Norwegian championships. Valerenga hasn't won a title since 1984 but is in the hunt this season. After it beat Rosenborg, 4-1, Reverend Einar Gelius told his parish, ''It's going well for Valerenga for the moment and it is a positive lift for many people and that is what we want to thank God for.''

Norway's ...
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Soccer America NEWSMAKER: Yuri Morales

Yuri Morales, a Santa Cruz, Calif., product who played collegiate ball at the University of Massachusetts, made his Danish Super League last Wednesday when he came on in the 61st minute for Viborg in a 1-1 tie with Midtjylland. The 22-year-old forward assisted on the tying goal in the 90th minute. On Sunday, Morales started and played the first 67 ...
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COLLEGE MEN: Soccer America Top 25 Scoreboard (Sept. 29)

RANK/TEAM (RECORD) LAST WEEK

1. UC Santa Barbara (8-0-0) 1

Oct. 1 -- at San Francisco.

2. Duke (9-0-0) 22

Sept. 29 -- vs. Appalachian State.

Oct. 3 -- vs. North Carolina.

3. California (7-0-1) 4

Oct. 2-- at No. 7 Stanford.

4. Santa Clara (7-1-0) 3

Oct. 1 -- at St. Mary's.

Oct. 3 -- vs. San Francisco.

5. New Mexico (6-0-0) 7

Sept. 30 -- ...
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