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Home > Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, May 22, 2007
Despite posting a 31-17-16 regular-season record in 2005 and 2006 while playing the most skillful soccer in MLS, United hasn't returned to MLS Cup. United 2007 again features a glittering array of attackers - Christian Gomez, Jaime Moreno, Fred, Luciano Emilio - yet last Saturday it beat Toronto, 2-1, with ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] Neven Subotic, an 18-year-old defender who represented the USA at the 2005 U-17 World Cup, became the youngest American to play in the German Bundesliga when he debuted for Mainz last weekend in a 5-2 loss to Bayern Munich. Subotic, a native of Bosnia, was discovered by ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] Foreign nationals and foreign-born players dominated the German Bundesliga scoring charts. Of the players who ranked in the top 10 in First Division scoring, all but one was born abroad, including Germany national team strikers Kevin Kuranyi (born in Brazil) and Miroslav Klose (born in Poland). The ... Read the whole story
[PDL RESULTS] The defending PDL champion Michigan Bucks opened their 2007 season with a pair of shutout wins. Khelli Dube scored twice and Nate Jafta scored a goal and added an assist in the 4-0 win over West Michigan. Doug DeMartin and Dube scored in the 2-0 win over Cleveland. ... Read the whole story
[W-LEAGUE RESULTS] The Vancouver Whitecaps needed goals from Canadian internationals Jodi-Ann Robinson and Sophie Schmidt to overcome Seattle, 2-1, before 1,819 fans in their 2007 W-League opener. Erin Redwine had given Seattle the lead in the 25th minute. Read the whole story
[IRELAND ROSTER] Notre Dame's Joseph Lapira, Soccer America's College Player of the Year and the Hermann Trophy winner in 2006, joined the Ireland national team at Montclair State University in New Jersey, where it is preparing for the first of its two games on its U.S. tour against Ecuador on ... Read the whole story
The New York Red Bulls drew another meager crowd (10,321) last weekend and has the second lowest attendance average. Bottom is Kansas City, which like New York is averaging fewer than 10,000 per game. New England's Taylor Twellman didn't connect in a 1-0 win over Houston, but remains atop the ... Read the whole story

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"The paintball guns will be one of the weapons the riot police will use in case of fan clashes. They have the double aim of stopping trouble because they are quite painful as well as marking violent fans." -- Athens police spokesman Panagiotis Stathis reveals security's secret weapon against hooligans at Wednesday's European Champions League final clash between Liverpool and AC Milan. About 50,000 Italian and English fans are expected. (Reuters) ...More

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