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Home > Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2009
[MLS] The soccer catchphrase -- three and out -- is routinely attached to teams that crash out of a competition after the first round, which often consists of a triad of games. For many well-known MLS coaches, it's also been three and out -- three seasons and they're gone. The ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Curt Onalfo was one of five coaches who were in their third MLS seasons as head coaches. The Kansas City coach was the first to be fired, but two of the other coaches could find themselves on the way out if the downturns of their teams continue. Read the whole story
[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Toronto FC and D.C. United need better performances and results than they attained in the first legs when they square off against Puerto Rico Islanders and Luis Angel Firpo, respectively, in the away matches of their Concacaf Champions League series Tuesday. Read the whole story
[TELEVISION WATCH] The USA-Mexico Gold Cup was a ratings bonanza for Fox Soccer Channel and Univision. It was the most-watched telecast on FSC since becoming a Nielsen-rated network in October 2008 but its audience was less than one-tenth of the 5.4 million viewers on Univision. Indicative of the huge clout ... Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] Hundreds of Russian fans are expected to travel to Cardiff for next month's World Cup qualifier between Wales and Russia despite travel warnings advising Russians not to travel to Britain because of the swine full outbreak. The fans are being urged to take precautions by drinking Welsh ... Read the whole story

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"I'd be embarrassed if I were the host of this event after that game." -- Australia coach Alen Stajcic after Monday's final of the Asian U-19 women's championship won by host China, 2-1, in Wuhan ended in a mass brawl with fans pelting the Matildas with water bottles as they left the field. (Reuters) ...More

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