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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2007
[WINNERS & LOSERS] It was quite a night in the UEFA Champions League. Tuesday saw Liverpool break one scoring record, and AC Milan's Filippo Inzaghi tie another. In a stunning result, Norway's Rosenborg spoiled Ronald Koeman's debut as Valencia coach with a 2-0 win at the Estadio Mestalla. Read the whole story
Porto moved into first place in Group A with a 2-1 win over Marseille. Chelsea and Real Madrid held on to their leads in Group B and C, respectively, even though they had to settle for 0-0 ties. AC Milan won its top-of-the-table clash at Shakhtar Donetsk to move into ... Read the whole story
Six of Wednesday's eight UEFA Champions League games will be available on cable or via pay-per-view on U.S. television. Manchester United-Dynamo Kiev, Barcelona-Rangers and Slavia Prague-Arsenal will be available live. Read the whole story
[U.S. DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY] Playing in both the U-17/18 and U-15/16 division, 6-foot-1 phenom Hasani Sinclair scored five goals in three games on Schulz Academy's trip to Georgia. Sinclair's brother, Sekani, added three goals for Schulz Academy, which won and tied its U-17/18 games and won both its U-15/16 games. For ... Read the whole story
[DATEBOOK] The USA will host the 2008 CONCACAF Men's Under-23 Championship to determine the two teams that will qualify for the 2008 Olympic men's soccer competition in China. Read the whole story
Jack Warner, CONCACAF president and FIFA vice president, won a seat in Trinidad & Tobago's House of Representatives in a landslide victory in the Chagunas West region. Warner, who will only accept a $1 salary, told the Trinidad Express that he spent a lot of money on the campaign: "I ... Read the whole story
The U.S. Beach Soccer team missed advancing to the next round of the 2007 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup after being beaten, 6-5, by Portugal in its final group game on a last-second, overtime goal. Read the whole story
Despite playing the last 44 minutes with 10 players, No. 10 Battle Ground Academy defeated Baylor School, 2-1, behind two second-half goals from Susannah Dennis and won the Tennessee Division II-AA girls championship. No. 23 Bearden repeated as Tennessee Division AAA girls champion with a 2-1 win over No. 25 ... Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"You could have told me that a couple of months ago." -- Los Angeles Galaxy President Alexi Lalas after overhearing David Beckham tell an interviewer, "I've never played soccer for the money. People say that's easy for you to say because you've got the money. To be honest, it's never been important to me. The game is important to me. I'd play for free." Beckham is in the first year of a five-year deal with the Galaxy that could earn him as much as $250 million. (The Canadian Press) ...More

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