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Home > Soccer America Daily > Friday, Sept. 21, 2007
So far at the Women's World Cup, the USA has been more bruising than brilliant, but it might use the quarterfinal against England to refine its game a bit. England has reached its first quarterfinal by beating Argentina and tying Japan and Germany, and while it and Australia can be ... Read the whole story
Deuce is on the loose: Clint Dempsey goes for goals in four straight games when Fulham hosts Manchester City. Two early-season clashes with big implications are Barcelona-Sevilla in Spain and Roma-Juventus in Italy. But the match of the week is Manchester United-Chelsea at Old Trafford, where all the attention will ... Read the whole story
Cheryl Salisbury's goal two minutes into stoppage time gave Australia a 2-2 tie with Canada and sent the Socceroos into the quarterfinals of the Women's World Cup and eliminated the Canadians, fourth at the 2003 finals in the United States. Brazil was the only team to win all three games, ... Read the whole story
German giant Bayern Munich struggled to a 1-0 win over Portuguese club Belenenses at home in the first leg of theeir UEFA Cup first-round series. Italy striker Luca Toni scored the only goal for Bayern in a match watched by a crowd of 64,000 at the Allianz Arena. Read the whole story
So he could leave the Irish national team camp and skip a Euro 2008 qualifier against the Czech Republic, Manchester City midfielder Stephen Ireland claimed his maternal grandmother, who had helped raise him from age 5, had died. The Irish federation put him on a private plane to return home. ... Read the whole story
Up until the final seconds of the match, FC Dallas defender Clarence Goodson had been almost as threatening an attacker as Carlos Ruiz. But in those final seconds, Goodson flicked on a long ball that sent Ruiz free into the penalty area, where he dodged past Chicago keeper Matt Pickens ... Read the whole story
[TV PREVIEW] The Crew are fighting for a playoff spot yet Toronto FC has yet to be officially eliminated from postseason contention, and despite a inexorable goalless streak that seems to pre-date the franchise itself, it will come out charged up, as always. Read the whole story
Three players hit significant milestones in USL First Division all-league honors with Montreal's Gabriel Gervais being selected for a sixth time. Portland's Andrew Gregor and Rochester's Johnny Menyongar were named all-league for the fourth time in their career. Montreal and Portland led all teams with four selections each on the ... Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"They're saying that the ball boy was annoying him from the start." -- Jose Quispe, spokesman for Peruvian club Cienciano, whose goalkeeper Juan Flores was red-carded and arrested for kicking a ball boy. Flores was apparently upset after the boy tossed the ball on the field instead of handing it to him. (Reuters) ...More

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