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Home > Soccer America Daily > Monday, Sept. 22, 2008
[MLS NAMES & NUMBERS/VIDEO] Coach Bruce Arena finally celebrated a win with the Los Angeles Galaxy thanks to an explosive performance by Landon Donovan. Real Salt Lake finally fell at home, and Jeff Cunningham added to his plus-100 career scoring tally. For the weekend's MLS highlights. ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Michael Bradley made his German Bundesliga debut. For more on how Americans fared in foreign leagues last weekend. ... Read the whole story
[GERMANY] It was a wild weekend in the Bundesliga. Not only were there goals aplenty, but champion Bayern Munich was hammered 5-2 on its own turf by longtime rival Werder Bremen. Read the whole story
[ENGLAND] This weekend's big game in the English Premier League ended, predictably enough, in a stalemate. But Manchester United's visit to Chelsea was never less than absorbing. Read the whole story
[ITALY] Relief for AC Milan as it finally won its first game of the season on the back of a sumptuous goal from Kaka. Ronaldinho only came off the bench once the game was effectively won. Read the whole story
[SPAIN] All those chances that Barcelona missed in its first two games of the season were just warm-up shots. On Sunday the Catalans quit showing mercy and hit Sporting Gijon for six, with Lionel Messi scoring twice. Read the whole story
[U.S. WOMEN] The U.S. women's national team swept its three-game series against Ireland with a 2-0 win on Saturday at Toyota Park to set a record for wins in a calendar year with its 29th victory of the year. Perhaps even more remarkable was defender Kate Markgraf scoring her first-ever ... Read the whole story
For all the weekend results, standings, leading goal scorers and schedules ... Read the whole story

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"It appears an error has been made and it will be reviewed by us. Nobody likes making errors and if it is a serious error, which we have got to review, then obviously he'll regret it. ... From his position and angle it appeared the ball had crossed the line for a goal. He has made a human error."-- Paul Rejer, England's assistant referees' manager for Professional Game Match Officials, on the farcical incident on Saturday when linesman Nigel Bannister ruled a goal for Reading on a ball that was cleared at least two yards wide of the goal. ( ...More

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