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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, March 11, 2009
[MLS] A league that has been beaten over the head dozens of times at the ballot box, city council meetings, and legislative sessions is perhaps one vote away from adding another Northwest city to its lineup. The five-member Portland City Council votes Wednesday on a proposed agreement between potential MLS ... Read the whole story
[CONCACAF UNDER-20 CHAMPIONSHIP] While its archrival, Mexico, was unceremoniously dumped from the tournament, the USA got the job done and qualified for the Under-20 World Cup for the seventh straight time, defeating El Salvador, 2-0, in Tuesday's group finale despite finishing with only nine players. Read the whole story
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Real Madrid has won nine European Cup titles, more than any other club, but that's all ancient history as the Merengues have failed to get past the first round of the knockout phase for the last five years. Its latest exit was the result of Tuesday's 4-0 ... Read the whole story
Three games in the UEFA Champions League will be broadcast live on cable -- Barcelona-Lyon, Manchester United-Inter Milan and Roma Arsenal. For all of television details ... Read the whole story
Three days after David Beckham came to terms with MLS to stay on loan at AC Milan until July before rejoining the Los Angeles Galaxy, he twisted his ankle in practice. Read the whole story
[MLS] Jon Conway and Jeff Parke, who  tested positive for a banned substance and were suspended by MLS in October for 10 games, will be able to train with their teams once the MLS regular season begins next week. Read the whole story

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"He understands where they're coming from. I think he's better suited now to talk to a young player who's a little bit down and hasn't been able to get on the field, and players who have limited roles." -- Los Angeles coach Bruce Arena explaining that Landon Donovan's loan stint at Bayern Munich, where he was used mainly as a late sub, will help him be a leader with the Galaxy. (AP) ...More

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