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Home > Soccer America Daily > Monday, Oct. 27, 2008
[MLS] The New York Red Bulls, despite winning just two of their last nine games, snuck into the playoffs because D.C. United fell, 1-0, to Columbus on Sunday while Real Salt Lake reached the postseason for the first time in club history thanks to a 1-1 tie with Colorado on ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Clint Dempsey scored his first English Premier League goal of the season. Borussia Moenchengladbach gave Michael Bradley his third start of the season. For a wrap-up of how U.S. players fared for their foreign clubs. ... Read the whole story
[SPAIN] Barcelona and Real Madrid continued to pressure league-leading Valencia during a free-scoring weekend in La Liga. Read the whole story
[ITALY] Udinese and Napoli continue to give the Milan teams a good run for their money at the top of Serie A. Read the whole story
[GERMANY] 1899 Hoffenheim took first place in the Bundesliga in style, hammering previous leader Hamburg, 3-0. Read the whole story
[ENGLAND] Liverpool went top after winning 1-0 at Chelsea and breaking the London side's 86-game unbeaten home run. Read the whole story
The Los Angeles Galaxy missed out on the playoffs for a third straight year but Landon Donovan, who struck from the penalty spot in a 2-2 tie with FC Dallas, captured the regular-season scoring crown with 20 goals. For MLS game summaries, final standings, leading scorers, and MLS quarterfinal playoff ... Read the whole story

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