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Home > Soccer America Daily > Monday, March 10, 2008
For the second time in three games on the western-most leg of its Asian tour, the Galaxy ended regulation tied but lost on penalty kicks. Not to be blamed, though, is David Beckham, whose excellent play created numerous chances his teammates failed to convert. Read the whole story
[ROSTER] For much of the past year, players have flipped back and forth between the U.S. national team and the Olympic team, which makes for some interesting dynamics when it comes time to select squads for competitions, as Olympic/under-23 Coach Peter Nowak did yesterday. Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney checks out ... Read the whole story
[ENGLAND] In one of the wildest weekends in English FA Cup history, three lower divisions clubs reached the semifinals for the first time in 100 years. Portsmouth is the only English Premier League club left in the final four that also includes Championship League (second division) clubs Barnsley, Cardiff City ... Read the whole story
[EUROPEAN RACES] Real Madrid's lead over archrival Barcelona in Spain's La Liga is stretching like an elastic band. It went from nine points at the beginning of February to two at the end of the month and back to eight after Villarreal beat Barcelona 2-1 on Sunday. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Brad Friedel and Kasey Keller, once rivals for the U.S. national team goalkeeping spot, faced off when Blackburn and Fulham met on Saturday. The result was satisfactory for neither. Read the whole story
[ALGARVE CUP] The U.S. women's national team made it five wins in five international matches under new coach Pia Sundhage when it beat Italy, 2-0, on Friday at the Algarve Cup in Alvor, Portugal. Read the whole story
With keeper Brad Guzan back in Southern California tending to an MCL sprain, Chivas USA lost to Houston, 1-0, on Friday and Toronto FC, 3-2, on Sunday in its last two matches of the Texas Pro Soccer Festival. Read the whole story
The preseason has yet to end, but FC Dallas Coach Steve Morrow is already in midseason form, at least in regards to the officiating. He's not happy. Good fields, good weather and good competition are the elements most sought for proper preseason training, yet a fair shake from the officials ... Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"Refs don't protect skillful players. I think about the Arsenal player [Eduardo] and I'm scared sometimes to do skills because some players do unbelievable fouls and the ref protects the defender, not the skilled player! It's very disappointing and I'm thinking a lot about changing my game. When referees don't give penalties, yellow cards or reds, it's difficult to play." -- Manchester United's Cristiano Ronaldo after a 1-0 loss to Portsmouth in the FA Cup in which he suffered repeated fouls and was denied a penalty kick call on one of them. Arsenal forward Eduardo suffered multiple leg fractures two ...More

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