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Home > Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Sept. 6, 2007
[MLS TV PREVIEW] Since day one of the preseason, the theme of Chivas USA's 2007 season has been maintaining the progress it achieved in 2006 despite a coaching change and the departure of two Mexican star attackers. In the third year of its existence Chivas USA is butting up against ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] There are 54 current or former W-League players representing nine teams at the 2007 Women's World Cup that will kickoff Monday. The entire Canadian team has played in the W-League, and 13 members of the U.S. team have experience in the W-League. Other nations with W-League representatives ... Read the whole story
The USA's Oct. 14 friendly against Catalonia, has been vetoed by the Spanish soccer federation. "There's an agreement between clubs and the league that all games played by autonomous selections have to be played during Christmas holidays since it doesn't leave the clubs in a tough spot and the players ... Read the whole story
Carlos Bocanegra, Landon Donovan and Tim Howard are the three finalists for the 2007 Honda U.S. Player of the Year Award, which is selected by U.S. journalists. Read the whole story
Kansas City Wizards midfielder Kerry Zavagnin, who last played for the USA in the 4-1 loss to Germany on March 22, 2006, has been called in to the U.S. roster for Sunday's friendly against Brazil to replace Pablo Mastroeni, who is ill. Read the whole story
The inebriated Danish fan who stormed the field and attacked referee Herbert Fandel during a European Championship qualifier in June will have to perform 40 hours of community service but his 30-day prison sentence for attempted assault and illegal entry is suspended because the court said he had already suffered ... Read the whole story
[U-17 WORLD CUP SCOREBOARD/VIDEO]. Spain beat Ghana, 2-1, on an overtime goal by Bojan Krkic to reach the U-17 World Cup final, in which it will meet the winner of the Nigeria-Germany semifinal. But Krkic, who is on the verge of cracking Barcelona's first team, was ejected for a second ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO] The European Commission and UEFA have created an anti-obesity public-service commercial to air more than 2,000 times during halftime of Champions League games. The ad featuring armchair-bound soccer players is expected to reach up to 100 million viewers. Read the whole story

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"Yes, for your country, you've got to haven't you? Previous players have before. You would do anything to play for your country. I have never played with a painkilling injection but everyone is their own person and if they want to do it then it is up to them." -- England defender Micah Richards joins the debate on whether midfielder Steven Gerrard should take a needle so he can play on a broken toe in England's Euro 2008 qualifier against Israel on Saturday. (Reuters) ...More

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