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Home > Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, June 19, 2007
[VIDEO] Concerns about goalscoring in MLS were allayed somewhat in a high-scoring weekend (27 goals in six games), as excellent finishes punished errors, some large, some small. All goals, many say, stem from errors, but mistakes this season seem to be more costly, and forwards last weekend were especially efficient ... Read the whole story
Univision has been showing Mexico's Gold Cup games for a reason. Rather than diverting the Tri's first four matches to Galavision or TeleFutura, Univision aired them live. In the case of last Thursday's primetime showing of Mexico-Panama, the game did a 20.1 household rating in the NHTI (Hispanic homes), delivering ... Read the whole story
After a thrilling La Liga campaign in which Real Madrid edged Barcelona for the title, presidents of both clubs were quickly forced to turn to the future. Madrid president Ramon Calderon must decide what to do with Coach Fabio Capello. Barcelona president Joan Laporta said his club will undergo an ... Read the whole story
MLS's Week 11 games drew crowds of more than 20,000 in Columbus, D.C., and Toronto as the season's attendance surpassed the 1 million mark. The 72 games so far have drawn 1,107,199 fans for a 15,378 per game average. The three games that drew the 20,000-plus crowds all featured at ... Read the whole story
[REGION IV SCORES] Arsenal FC of Southern California continued its quest for a fourth straight national title in its age group with an 8-0 win over Utah's Impact Black in the U-18 boys division on the opening day of play at the US Youth Soccer Region IV (West) Championships at ... Read the whole story
Jeremiah White, a 25-year-old Pennsylvania product who played college ball at Wake Forest, helped AGF Aarhus clinch promotion to the top Danish league tier, the SAS Ligaen, with a 2-0 win over Kolding IF last weekend. Read the whole story
[PDL RESULTS] One of the surprises of the 2007 PDL season has been the Hampton Roads Piranhas (7-0-1), who shut out the Richmond Kickers Future, 1-0, on Sunday at the Virginia Beach Sportsplex for eighth shutout in eight games. York College junior Andrew Wheeler scored in the 75th minute for ... Read the whole story
[W-LEAGUE RESULTS] The Minnesota Lightning improved to 5-0-0 with two wins over Ft. Wayne (2-0 and 4-0) in 48 hours. Former Kansas University star Caroline Smith and Sarah Oligney, the former Horizon League Player of the Year at Wisconsin-Green Bay, scored in the 2-0 win over the Fever. Rising Northwestern ... Read the whole story

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"There's this delusion that if it's English then it's great. But a whole world exists outside of England. ... You know, there's no accounting for bad taste. The fact that a segment of the world worships an inferior product in the Premiership is their business." -- Los Angeles Galaxy president Alexi Lalas lashes out at Brits who say David Beckham is "going into semi-retirement" by coming to MLS. Lalas added that "the Premiership has become so skilled in presentation. They took a page out of American football and now have Saturday Showdowns and Super Sundays. I love it. This is ...More

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