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Home > Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Sept. 3, 2009
[LAMAR HUNT U.S. OPEN CUP] In a spirited game filled with chances for both teams, the Seattle Sounders defeated D.C. United, 2-1, to win the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup and become the second MLS expansion team to win the oldest cup trophy in American sports. For the second time ... Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP QUALIFYING] Being from Mexico, where many cities are parked more than a mile in the sky, Carlos de los Cobos, El Salvador's national team coach, knows the effects of altitude. Since the team arrived earlier this week in Salt Lake City to prepare for the Hexagonal match Saturday ... Read the whole story
[TELEVISION WATCH] It's time to make your viewing plans for Saturday's full day of World Cup 2010 qualifying. From 10 a.m. to midnight ET, it will be possible to watch non-stop qualifying action on cable or online. For the weekend's complete World Cup 2010 qualifying schedule and viewing options ... Read the whole story
[USA] While Brazil remained No. 1 in FIFA World Rankings for the third straight month, the U.S. national team moved up a spot, to No. 11, sandwiched by No. 10 France and No. 12 Greece. Mexico, thanks to its home win in World Cup qualifying over the USA last month, ... Read the whole story
The National Soccer Hall of Fame will be laying off employees, according to The Daily Star, which also reported that Hall of Fame's board of directors had considered closing because of continuing financial problems. Read the whole story
[MLS] D.C. United promoted 18-year-old goalkeeper Bill Hamid from its youth academy to its first team, making the Virginia native the club's first player to come up through its youth system. Read the whole story
[COLLEGE] No. 13 Connecticut opened its 2009 season with a 2-0 win Wednesday over St. Peter's before 3,744 in Storrs. No. 19 George Mason edged Howard, 2-1, in the D.C. College Cup. For all of Wednesday's results and goalscorers and this week's Top 25 schedule ... Read the whole story
[COLLEGE] No. 19 Utah lost for the first time this season when it fell at home to state rival Weber State. No. 8 Boston College won its Beantown clash with Boston University, 2-0. For other Wednesday's results and goalscorers and this week's Top 25 schedule ... Read the whole story

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"He has wanted to play overseas for some time and we certainly support his decision to pursue this dream. The Fire has appreciated his significant contributions to the club over the last few years. He is a talented and passionate player and we wish him the very best and hope that he can end his time here by winning a championship." -- Chicago Fire technical director Frank Klopas on midfielder Chris Rolfe, 26, moving to Danish club Aalborg on a free transfer in January. The Fire already lost defender Bakary Soumare, this midseason, to French club Boulogne. (Chicago Tribune) ...More

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