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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2008
The best show in American soccer, De Ro and the Dynamo, wowed the crowd again Tuesday night at Robertson Stadium. Ten minutes after he came on as a sub, Dwayne DeRosario stole a ball in midfield and seared the net from 30 yards to earn Houston a 2-1 victory over ... Read the whole story
To the list of obstacles impeding D.C. United's push for the playoffs can be added injuries to midfielder Fred, who is out for the season. Fred has aggravated a strained hamstring, and like midfielder Marcelo Gallardo, won't return to action this year. Read the whole story
[EUROPE] The global financial crisis is threatening to end the heady, high-spending days of European soccer. English Football Association Chairman Lord Triesman warned Tuesday of dark times ahead due to the collective debts of English teams, while in Germany the shares of broadcaster Premiere have plunged, threatening the vital money ... Read the whole story
[MY VIEW] The Polish government last week sacked its national FA leadership over what it said was a failure to tackle corruption. Following FIFA protests and UEFA's threat to rescind the country's Euro 2012 co-hosting rights, it promptly reinstated them. So who, if anyone, is fit to fight corruption in ... Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] A German department of motor vehicle director has been charged by prosecutors for providing driver's licenses to more than 50 foreign Bundesliga players without them taking the required road test, written exam, eyesight inspections and first-aid course. The 56-year-old driving instructor reportedly charged $700 for a forged ... Read the whole story
[U.S. SOCCER] Clint Dempsey, Landon Donovan and goalkeeper Tim Howard are the three finalists for the 2008 Honda Player of the Year award as selected by more than 200 sports journalists. The winner will be announced Nov. 11. Donovan, a four-time winner, took the honor last year. Dempsey won in ... Read the whole story

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"First of all, the important thing in the next three games is to win and get as many points as we can. [The] playoffs are the goal right now and if I'm able to score some goals to help the team or get some assists, that would be great. ... I grew up here in Dallas and Jason [Kreis] was someone that I looked up to. He was always scoring a lot of goals and doing his backflips. ... I feel so fortunate to have scored close to the number that he has scored." -- FC Dallas striker Kenny Cooper, ...More

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