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Home > Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2007
[AMERICANS IN ENGLAND] Clint Dempsey might have finally nailed down a starting role for Fulham. In his second straight start of the season he scored his second straight goal. With the Fulham down 2-0 late in the first half, Dempsey scored with a powerful header to set the Cottagers on ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS IN GERMANY] Defender Gregg Berhalter converted a late penalty kick for his third goal in four games this season to earn 1860 Munich a 1-1 tie with FC Koeln and keep his club undefeated and at the top of the German Second Division. Forward Josh Wolff played first 54 ... Read the whole story
D.C. handed Dallas its worst loss ever at Pizza Hut Park; New York edged Chicago in a battle of DPs; Kansas City came out of Houston with a point; Columbus and Colorado tied to remain deadlocked in the final playoffs spot; and Real Salt Lake dropped the Galaxy deeper into ... Read the whole story
[ROSTER] Coach Bob Bradley has named a 19-man roster for the USA's friendly against Brazil on Sept. 9 in Chicago that includes 14 European-based players. Among the MLS players is Landon Donovan, who will be looking to set a U.S. national team record by scoring his 35th goal. 1860 Munich's ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO] Soccer America begins its weekly series, during the international club season, reviewing the weekend's big TV matches, with a look at the players, coaches and matches making headlines around the world. Chelsea fell back into a tie with Arsenal, Liverpool and Everton at the top of the English Premier ... Read the whole story
Jose Burgos came on as a 77th minute sub for 12 de Octubre with his team trailing 2-0 against Olimpia and notched a hat trick within 10 minutes. Read the whole story
The Columbus Crew's Danny Szetela, who scored thrice for the USA at this year's U-20 World Cup, has signed a two-year contract with Spanish First Division club Racing Santander. The 20-year-old New Jersey product had been linked to Italy's AS Roma. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS IN MEXICO] Santos Laguna is no longer perfect in Apertura 2007 play but remains undefeated after a 2-2 with Atlante in which Edgar Castillo played his sixth-straight full game for Santos. Jesus Padilla, 20, who was born in Mexico and raised in San Jose, Calif., made his third appearance, ... Read the whole story

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"I don't know the kind of superlatives I can lay on him. He's an ideal player to have. He brings a work ethic that's second to none to our club. He produces on game days and knows how to deal with coaches, players teammates and press. He's been the perfect package, to date. He hasn't been 100 percent [ribs], yet he plays and you don't hear him complain. He's been superb." -- New York Red Bulls coach Bruce Arena on his Colombia forward Juan Pablo Angel, whose 14th goal of the season gave the Bulls a 1-0 win over Chicago. ...More

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