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Home > Soccer America Daily > Friday, March 6, 2009
[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Once every few years, soccer surpasses the limits and boundaries of rationale, and skews into the seemingly impossible. It happened again Thursday in Torreon, Mexico, just as it did six years ago in San Jose, when the original MLS Quakes rallied from a 4-0 aggregate deficit to ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Team-bonding and good competition are two reasons MLS coaches take their teams on foreign trips during preseason. Such jaunts occasionally involve adjusting and adapting to changing circumstances dictated by weather and other factors, and on the final game of its Argentine tour Seattle encountered both a tough opponent and ... Read the whole story
[CONCACAF UNDER-20 CHAMPIONSHIP] The U.S. U-20 national team, coached by Thomas Rongen, meets Jamaica on Friday in Trinidad & Tobago to kick off its quest to qualify for the 2009 FIFA Under-20 World Cup. Rongen's squad 20-man squad includes nine professionals, six of which play in MLS and three European-based ... Read the whole story
[WPS] The world's all-time leader in national team appearances with 342, two-time World Cup and Olympic champion Kristine Lilly came to terms on a multi-year contact with the Boston Breakers of Women's Professional Soccer, which kicks off its inaugural season this spring with seven teams. Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] Since Dutchman Guus Hiddink took over as Chelsea boss, he intensified the fitness regime, restricted cell phone use on the training grounds, cracked down on tardiness, and demanded that the players wear Armani suits during team travel. Read the whole story
[CRIME & PUNISHMENT] Chelsea and England defender Ashley Cole's evening started off admirably. He and teammates attended a fundraiser for two children's charities with more than 300 charity workers. It ended with an arrest for drunkenly insulting police that resulted in a three-hour drunk-tank stint and a $113 fine. Read the whole story

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"I am very excited to be returning home to my teammates and the LA Galaxy. I would like to thank Bayern Munich for the opportunity to play with one of the premier clubs in Europe, as well as all their coaches and players for welcoming me into the club. Although the results were not what we had hoped for, the time in Germany still was very positive for me. I am fit, motivated, and excited to be coming back as a better, more experienced player." -- Landon Donovan's statement on his return to Los Angeles from a loan stint with ...More

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