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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2007
American DaMarcus Beasley scored one goal and set up another to lead Scottish club Rangers to a 3-0 win at six-time French champion Lyon in one of the biggest upsets this season in the UEFA Champions League. Read the whole story
Day 2 of the group stage of the UEFA Champions League concludes with live and delayed coverage of Wednesday's matches on ESPN2, ESPN Deportes and Setanta Sports USA. There is also live pay-per-view coverage as well as Internet viewing on Read the whole story
[CHAMPIONS LEAGUE REACTION] It was not the 7-1 rout of last spring, but Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson will take three points that came from Tuesday's 1-0 victory over Roma in their Old Trafford rematch. Wayne Rooney scored the only goal of the Champions League game with his first ... Read the whole story
Arsenal, Manchester United, Rangers and Barcelona all won their second straight game in Champions League group play on Tuesday. For complete results and goalscorers ... Read the whole story
When Guadalajara needed one of its attacking stars to step up, Ramon Morales did. When D.C. United needed someone to do something in the offensive third, nobody came through. Morales nailed a golazo in the 64th minute at Jalisco Stadium Tuesday night, stepping into a loose ball rolling along the ... Read the whole story
[MARQUEE MATCHUP] Chelsea captain John Terry hopes to play against Valencia Wednesday in the UEFA Champions League with a protective face mask just three days after undergoing surgery for an elbow he suffered Saturday when he took an forearm from American Clint Dempsey in Chelsea's 0-0 tie with Fulham. Read the whole story
Two teams not accustomed to winning championships meet in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup final Wednesday (8 p.m. ET, Fox Soccer Channel) at Pizza Hut Park with one of them assured of winning a rare title. Ten years ago, Dallas won the Open Cup by beating D.C. United on ... Read the whole story
For the second week in a row, Long Island's Chaminade is the No. 1 team in the NSCAA/adidas Boys National Rankings. Last week's big action took place at the Quincy Classic in Illinois, where No. 2 DeSmet of St. Louis beat New Jersey power St. Benedict's, 2-0, and tied Charlotte ... Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"There will be no loan moves or short-term contracts. He is under contract to the Galaxy." -- A spokesman for David Beckham puts to rest rumors that Beckham may spend the MLS offseason away from the Galaxy. (Telegraph) ...More

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