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Home > Soccer America Daily > Friday, Sept. 7, 2007
Instead of playing Mexico at the Azteca Stadium, a harsh environment for any team, the U.S. national team gets a home game. The catch is, it's against Brazil, which is bringing Ronaldinho and Kaka and a few more of its many stars to the encounter Sunday (4 p.m. ET, ESPN2, ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] Anschutz Entertainment Group, which once owned six of MLS's 10 clubs, now owns just two (of 13 clubs) following Thursday's announcement it had sold the Chicago Fire to Andell Holdings, a Los Angeles-based private investment firm with global business and investment interests controlled by Chairman and Chief ... Read the whole story
The first of three double fixture weekends to conclude Euro 2008 qualifying takes place on Saturday. It's highlighted by a Group A match between Italy and France, the 2006 World Cup finalists, in Milan. Also on tab are England-Israel, Portugal-Poland and the Netherlands-Bulgaria -- all matches critical to the campaigns ... Read the whole story
More than half of Saturday's Euro 2008 qualifiers will be available, live or delay, on American television. For the complete Euro 2008 schedule and TV listings (live unless noted) ... Read the whole story
Former Belgium national team coach Guy Thys once said, "Soccer is a very cruel game." Thursday night, Chivas USA and D.C. proved it can also be farcical and embarrassing as well as enthralling. D.C. jumped out to a 2-0 lead on a Luciano Emilio's thunderbolt and follow-up of a Brad ... Read the whole story
[THE FAVORITES] Soccer America begins its examination of the favorites to win the Women's World Cup with a look at defending Women's World Cup champion Germany, which starts its title defense Monday when it faces Argentina in the opening game of the 2007 finals at the 34,000-seat Shanghai Hongkou Football ... Read the whole story
Javier Leon, the young Mexican executive who oversaw the launch of MLS's Chivas USA, is leaving his post to pursue other endeavors, including the prospect of outside projects with Antonio Cue, Chivas USA President and Co-Owner. Read the whole story
[MLS PREVIEW] The regional rivals Columbus and Chicago, separated by a five-hour drive and just two points in the standings, meet for the only time this season at Crew Stadium. Read the whole story

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