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Home > Soccer America Daily > Friday, Feb. 1, 2008
Mike Woitalla on El Tri's vets and teens For Wednesday's friendly against the USA in Houston, Mexico coach Hugo Sanchez has called in seven European-based players, including Barcelona veteran Rafael Marquez and the Barca teen star Giovani Dos Santos. Also coming is a player Sanchez criticized his predecessor for selecting. Read the whole story
[MLS WATCH] Three major contests are each down to two candidates, but in this case, soccer has the edge over politics. The Republicans have Mitt Romney and John McCain. The Democrats have Barack Obama and Hilary Clinton. MLS has Philadelphia and St. Louis. Unless the candidates bury their differences and ... Read the whole story
[MLS TEAM PREVIEW] In his series examining MLS clubs' preseason maneuvers and preparations, Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney reports on how Dallas coach Steve Morrow aims to integrate Mexican defender Duilio Davino, get the most out of second-year Colombian midfielder Juan Toga and replace the firepower of Carlos Ruiz Read the whole story
On the basis of playing just five internationals for the U.S., only one of which was a competitive match, an appeals panel turned down Brad Guzan's application for a UK work permit Thursday. Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney explains how Guzan's case differed from other American keepers who made it to ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] On the final day of the January transfer window, unsettled Lee Nguyen left Dutch champion PSV for Danish SuperLigaen club Randers FC, where Will John, who didn't play an MLS game for the Kansas City Wizards the last two season, also signed. A dozen Americans left home to ... Read the whole story
The German Bundesliga resumes after its winter break. Leader Bayern Munich is in action on Friday when it travels to Hansa Rostock. American goalkeepers will square off when Brad Friedel's Blackburn hosts Everton's Tim Howard in English Premier League action on Saturday. Ajax and Feyenoord clash Sunday in a clash ... Read the whole story
[YOUTH] The U.S. under-20 national team finished with a 1-1-3 record at the Copa Chivas in Mexico and did not advance to the quarterfinals. It did find a new talent in 17-year-old Felix Garcia, a high school student at L.B. Johnson High School in Laredo, Texas, and a member of ... Read the whole story
The 0-0 tie between Angola and Tunisia sent both teams through to the quarterfinals of the African Nations Cup and eliminated Senegal and South Africa, which played to a 1-1 tie in the other Group D finale. Senegal stars El Hadji Diouf, Tony Sylva and Ousmane Ndoye were suspended after ... Read the whole story

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"I am here first and foremost to hopefully help the team, which has so many good players, and at the same time, the challenge of trying to raise the profile of the women's game in England is also a big motivating factor. Those are the two key things that Chelsea and I focused on when we talked about me coming to play." -- Lorrie Fair, the 29-year-old Californian midfielder who has played more than 100 times for the USA, on signing with Chelsea's women's team. (New York Times) ...More

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