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Home > Soccer America Daily > Friday, Nov. 30, 2007
The Los Angeles Galaxy with David Beckham drew a crowd of 15,000 to its training session in Wellington, New Zealand ahead of its Saturday exhibition game against the Wellington Phoenix. The Associated Press noted that the large crowd for a soccer practice is unprecedented in New Zealand, where the sport ... Read the whole story
[INTERNATIONAL HEADLINERS] With the emergence of 17-year-old Bojan Krkic, Barcelona coach Frank Rijkaard will face the thorny issue of who to play and who to leave on the bench when Barca faces city rival Espanyol on Saturday. High-scoring Juventus looks to extend AC Milan's Serie A winless streak at home ... Read the whole story
Santos, the overall leader in the Mexican regular season, faces an uphill battle in its bid to make the Torneo Apertura final after being thrashed by UNAM, 3-0, in Thursday's semifinal first leg in Mexico City. Read the whole story
Ridge Mahoney reports on MLS's expanding frontiers A more apropos name might be "Becks Does Honolulu" for the Pan-Pacific Championship officially announced by MLS yesterday, but marketing issues aside, this event certainly offers some allure beyond that of David Beckham. The four-team tournament will match teams from MLS (the Galaxy ... Read the whole story
Helsingborg of Sweden and Greece's Panathinaikos became the first clubs to qualify for the knockout phase of the UEFA Cup. Tottenham remained unbeaten under new manager Juande Ramos, recovering from a two-goal deficit to beat AaB Aalborg, 3-2. American Dan Califf went the entire game for the Danish club. Ramiro ... Read the whole story
ESPN2 and ESPN Deportes will provide live coverage of the Final Draw for the 2008 European Championship Sunday at 6 a.m. ET. Read the whole story

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"We would have the best team if we could go into every household and throw away every PlayStation, Xbox and video game."-- West Ham goalkeeper Robert Green offers another explanation for England's national team's plight. (The Age) ...More

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