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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2007
The international transfer window has closed, yet MLS teams may still sign and trade players prior to the Sept. 15 deadline, and several teams are doing just that. Sometimes teams are just adding depth, and sometimes they're looking for that missing piece to make it all fit together. Soccer America's ... Read the whole story
An increase in television revenues and the arrival of new owners have triggered record spending by English Premier League clubs on the transfer market. English teams spent more than 530 million pounds ($1.1 billion) on players on the 2007 winter and summer markets, according to a report by Deloitte & ... Read the whole story
Huge increases in TV revenues have had an inflationary effect on the European transfer market. Here are the 15 highest transfer fees, based on estimations from club and media reports, during the summer transfer market that ended Aug. 31. Read the whole story
Trevor Brooking, English soccer's director of development, blames the mass importation of foreigners by English Premier Leagues for the lack of depth at key positions on the England national team that is in a fight to qualify for Euro 2008. Of the 118 goals scored this season, only nine have ... Read the whole story
Originally scheduled to launch in 2008, the seven-team pro Women's Soccer LLC now aims for a 2009 launch. League commissioner Tonya Antonucci said, "Careful consideration was taken in timing the launch of the league, as team owners are being judicious to ensure that this league is sustainable and successful in ... Read the whole story
For the 10th time since MLS's launch in 1996 the U.S. Open Cup will be an all-MLS affair. In the semifinals on Tuesday, FC Dallas defeated the Seattle Sounders (USL-1), 2-1, on overtime goals by Carlos Ruiz and Abe Thompson. The New England Revolution also needed overtime, beating USL-1 club ... Read the whole story
Two young soccer stars, South African international Gift Leremi and former Argentine U-20 goalie Gustavo Eberto, died on Monday. Leremi, 22, was killed when he was flung from his car when it went off the road and overturned outside of Johannesburg. Eberto died after a 20-month battle with testicular cancer ... Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"He's had a few headlines this week, some welcome, some unwelcome." -- Aston Villa coach Martin O'Neill on defender Zat Knight, who on Wednesday was jailed with his brother after a drug raid on his family home and on Sunday scored in a 2-0 win over Chelsea. (The Guardian) ...More

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