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Home > Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2008
Nobody knows better than Sigi Schmid that sitting atop the MLS standings during the regular season means nothing in the postseason. Clinching the Supporters' Shield, which the Crew accomplished Sunday by tying the Fire, 2-2, at Toyota Park, isn't even half the battle in MLS. Read the whole story
[TRINIDAD & TOBAGO-USA] After releasing nine players and adding four others to face Trinidad & Tobago in the next U.S. qualifier, Coach Bob Bradley has tweaked the squad yet again. Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP 2010 QUALIFYING] The end of the first phase of World Cup qualifying in Africa sparked off violence, celebrations and, in the case of Uganda, widespread confusion. Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP 2010 QUALIFYING] In Asian World Cup qualifying this week, Australia and Japan have winnable home games, while in Group 2's big match Iran hosts North Korea. Read the whole story
[REF WATCH] The first official experimentation with extra linesmen was conducted at a European U-19 Championship qualifying tournament in Slovenia and UEFA President Michel Platini was pleased with the results. An extra linesman was positioned near each goal to help alert referees to fouls in the area or diving incidents. Read the whole story
The Trinidad & Tobago-USA game is one of 11 World Cup qualifiers available on television on Wednesday. For all the listings ... Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"They left us stuck in the plane for an hour and a half. Inside the hotel, we also had numerous difficulties during the night. There was a discotheque and a lot of shouting near the players' rooms. Four or five players were ill because of the [hotel] food. This creates a certain difficulty." -- Brazil coach Dunga, who also noted that a Brazilian flag was burned at Pueblo Nuevo stadium and the national anthem was jeered, details the Venezuelan hospitality surrounding last weekend's World Cup qualifying game, which Brazil won, 4-0. (Reuters) ...More

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