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Home > Soccer America Daily > Friday, Aug. 1, 2008
With about three months to go in Year 2 of the Designated Player, D.C. United and Kansas City are still waiting for Marcelo Gallardo and Claudio Lopez, respectively, to surpass their solid performances and attain the lofty heights attained last year by Juan Pablo Angel, who himself battled injuries for ... Read the whole story
[OLYMPIC COUNTDOWN] Chinese star Ma Xiaoxu, dubbed the "female Wayne Rooney," reinjured her left knee in a scrimmage against the USA on Wednesday in Qinhuangdao and will likely miss the Olympic women's tournament that begins on Wednesday. Read the whole story
[MLS/VIDEO] The Houston Dynamo may have to fend off a few calls from NFL teams after defender Craig Waibel put on a field-goal show at the Houston Texans' training center. Read the whole story
[TRANSFER TALK] Tottenham has completed the signing of England international David Bentley, whose move from Blackburn will net Spurs' biggest rival, Arsenal, a tidy profit. Read the whole story
Kansas City defends a six-game unbeaten streak (2-0-4) at D.C. United, which is tied with the Wizards in fourth place of the East. ... Chicago will be without suspended Cuauhtemoc Blanco and Diego Gutierrez when it hosts Chivas USA. ... Columbus travels to defending champ Houston. ... San Jose host ... Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] When CSKA Sofia won the Bulgarian league title last season, fans eagerly anticipated a Champions League qualifying campaign. But the Bulgarian soccer federation stripped it of that right when it was revealed the club owed money to the National Social Security Institute, National Revenue Agency, and a ... Read the whole story
The regular-season champion Pali Blues and the 2007 WPSL champion FC Indiana moved into Saturday's W-League championship game (TV: Fox Soccer Channel, Saturday, 11 pm ET) with semifinal wins on Thursday in Virginia Beach, Va. Read the whole story

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"We have never been to Nigeria and it is an opportunity, although you could say it is partly financial of course." -- Manchester United coach Alex Ferguson sheds light on his team's preseason schedule, which included a 2-1 win over English FA Cup winner Portsmouth in Abuja, Nigeria. (BBC) ...More

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