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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2009
[COLLEGE] The NCAA Division I men's season kicked off Tuesday. In the night's only matchup of Top 25 teams, No. 10 Notre Dame crushed No. 21 Michigan, 5-0, in the opening game at Alumni Stadium. Two Top 25 teams fell at home to unranked teams -- Loyola (Md.) to Villanova ... Read the whole story
[LAMAR HUNT U.S. OPEN CUP] Wednesday's D.C. United-Seattle clash in the 96th U.S. Open Cup final marks the 11th all-MLS final since the league's entry in 1996 into the competition that dates back to 1914. Only once since 1996 has a non-MLS team lifted the trophy. For championship game results, ... Read the whole story
[LAMAR HUNT U.S. OPEN CUP] Now that executives of the two teams are done sniping at each other about hosting the game, first-year club Seattle and defending champ D.C. United are set to contest the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup final Wednesday at RFK Stadium (7:30 p.m. ET, Fox Soccer ... Read the whole story
[USA] The top scorer in Major League Soccer wasn't on hand when the U.S. national team began preparations Monday for its seventh game of the Hexagonal, to be played Saturday against El Salvador in Sandy, Utah. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Eight U.S. internationals moved during the summer transfer market abroad, but only two commanded a transfer fee -- forwards Charlie Davies (moving from Sweden's Hammarby to France's Sochaux and Kenny Cooper (from FC Dallas to German second division club 1860 Munich). The other players with national team experience ... Read the whole story
[TRANSFER WATCH] Europe's summer transfer market ended with a whimper, not a bang. There were few major transfers on the final day of activity because the market closed Tuesday afternoon. Most of the activity was in England, where several moves were of interest to several Americans. Read the whole story
[TRINIDAD & TOBAGO]  Coach Russell Latapy called up a pair of former England U-21s -- Fulham striker Bobby Zamora and Bolton defender Jlloyd Samuel -- for Trinidad & Tobago's crucial World Cup 2010 qualifiers against Honduras Saturday in San Pedro Sula and the United States next Wednesday in Port of ... Read the whole story
[USL-1 TEAM OF THE WEEK] Joseph Kabwe, who scored three goals and added an assist in Carolina's 9-0 rout of Miami FC, is the USL First Division Player of the Week. For the USL-1 Team of the Week ... Read the whole story

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"I find it a complete disgrace and unacceptable. We won't accept the way we have been treated in this case for two reasons. I believe that you can debate whether it was a penalty or not. For me, it's a witch-hunt that we see and not an objective judgment of a case. This charge implies there was intent and a desire to cheat the referee. Having watched the [video] again, there was nothing conclusive." -- Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger on UEFA suspending Eduardo for two games for diving. Referee Manuel Gonzalez awarded a penalty kick in the Champions League game ...More

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