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Home > Soccer America Daily > Monday, Oct. 1, 2007
A meeting between U.S. players and head coach Greg Ryan resulted in goalkeeper Hope Solo being dropped from the team for the third-place match against Norway, in which the Americans romped, 4-1, to preserve their record of never finishing lower than third in a World Cup or Olympic Games. Abby ... Read the whole story
So, Marta is mortal after all. And four years after winning its first Women's World Cup, Germany is the first team to repeat as champion. Birgit Prinz and Simone Laudehr scored the goals, and keeper Nadine Angerer stopped Marta's penalty kick as Germany reclaimed the trophy it won four years ... Read the whole story
Brazil lost to Germany, 2-0, in the Women's World Cup final, but Marta finished as the tournament's top scorer. Read the whole story
[MLS WEEKEND WRAPUP] Only one of the teams fighting for the eighth and final playoff slot was able to win, and the Galaxy's 2-1 defeat of Columbus seriously mars the Crew's chances. D.C. United and New England both won to clinch the top two spots, in either order, atop the ... Read the whole story
More trouble for Chelsea, which failed to score for the fourth straight game and lost England captain John Terry, who suffered a depressed fracture of his cheekbone after being elbowed by American Clint Dempsey. Sven-Goran Eriksson, meanwhile, is leading a revival at Manchester City. In Italy, Inter Milan regained the ... Read the whole story
Amid reports that an MLS expansion team including their ownership group may be awarded to Seattle for the 2009 season, the Seattle Sounders won their record fourth USL First Division title Saturday with a 4-0 win over the Atlanta Silverbacks before a standing-room-only crowd of 4,893 at the Starfire Sports ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS IN BRITAIN] Reading goalkeeper Marcus Hahnemann was on the wrong end of a 7-4 loss to Portsmouth. Goalkeeper Tim Howard made his first appearance for English Premier League Everton since dislocating a finger while playing for the USA against Brazil on Sept. 9 and celebrated a 2-0 win over ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Freddy Adu, who had played in a UEFA Champions League preliminary round game and scored in a Portuguese Cup game, finally made his league debut for Benfica in a 0-0 tie with Sporting Lisbon. Read the whole story

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"I'm in shock." -- American goalkeeper Marcus Hahnemann after falling 7-4 with Reading in an English Premier League game against Portsmouth. (Telegraph) ...More

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