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Home > Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2007
After a brief stop in Beijing, China, for a promotional appearance, David Beckham rejoined his Galaxy teammates in Australia for an exhibition match against Sydney FC. All 80,000 tickets for Tuesday night's game at the Telstra Stadium were sold. The giddiness swirling around Beckham's visit prompted Galaxy assistant manager Tom ... Read the whole story
Ridge Mahoney analyzes San Jose's player moves San Jose Earthquakes coach Frank Yallop already has more than half of his 18-man roster filled and nearly two-thirds of the salary cap to play with, as well as money from three allocations as an expansion team. What do you call that? A ... Read the whole story
Assistant coach Oscar Pareja, a member of the FC Dallas coaching staff since retiring as a player two seasons ago, is leaving to work with the U.S. under-17 national team. Head coach Wilmer Cabrera, who was hired by U.S. Soccer last month, offered Pareja the position two weeks ago. Read the whole story
Mike Woitalla reporting from South Africa A picture of Nelson Mandela adorned one side of the fan's large sign and on the other side was the message, "Tell the world that Mzansi for sho is the safe place on Earth." The fan was among the 45,000 spectators at the Soweto ... Read the whole story
Billy Davies became the sixth English Premier League manager to leave in the last nine weeks. Davies left Derby County, which he helped win promotion last spring. Early in the 2007-08 season, Davies brought Americans Benny Feilhaber (Hamburg) and Eddie Lewis (Leeds) to Derby. Read the whole story
Venezuela coach Richard Paez, the longest-serving national team coach in South America, quit on Monday, six days after a 5-3 come-from-behind win over Bolivia left Venezuela in good shape to challenge for its first berth in the World Cup finals. Read the whole story
UEFA Champions League play resumes Tuesday with Matchday 5. Six games are available live or delay on cable or pay-per-view. Read the whole story
[ROSTER] The U.S. under-14 boys national team, with 36 players split into Blue and Grey teams, went unbeaten against regional foes at the US Youth Soccer ODP Boys Thanksgiving Interregionals that ended Monday in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"What is the real story of 2007 for MLS? The actual story has been looking to South America and importing players from South America who are very significant performers in our league." -- MLS deputy commissioner Ivan Gazidis, speaking Monday at Soccerex in Johannesburg, insisting that David Beckham's arrival to big crowds and increased television ratings wasn't the biggest event of the year in MLS. ...More

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