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Home > Soccer America Daily > Friday, Sept. 3, 2010
[MLS] The most critical stretch of league play dovetails with the Concacaf Champions League, which will stretch its four MLS representative with group games in August and September. So far, the increased load of games isn't affecting the league form of a few teams, including the surging Seattle Sounders. Read the whole story
With a sellout crowd of 15,418 on hand at Thursday night's final home game, the D-2 Pro League's Portland Timbers set a club record for regular-season attendance with 155,006 fans over 15 games, an average of 10,334 per game. The Timbers' 1-0 win over Puerto Rico was the last game ... Read the whole story
[MLS] The Vancouver Whitecaps have given their Icelandic coach, Teitur Thordarson, a multi-year contract extension, meaning he will be in charge when they join MLS next season. Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] The expansion Portland Timbers have signed Alaska Airlines as their jersey sponsor for their 2011 Major League Soccer debut. The contract leaves all but five of the 18 2011 teams with jersey sponsorship deals. Read the whole story
[EURO 2010] Qualifying for Euro 2012 begins on Friday, and several major national teams have recalled stars who missed the 2010 World Cup. Here's a look at five players on the comeback trail ... Read the whole story
[TELEVISION WATCH] Soccer fans will have to get used to new viewing days as Friday's opening day of play in Euro 2010 qualifying marks the new Tuesday-Friday days for international matches during double-fixture windows. The new Tuesday game days are intended to allow players to get home to their clubs ... Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] Everton striker Louis Saha has worked his way back on the French national team after a four-year absence, and he revealed the secret to his return to fitness: leeches. Read the whole story

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In Sunday action, No. 3 Virginia beat No. 15 St. John's 5-0, and No. 21 Indiana defeated No. 11 UCLA, 5-1. Top 25 teams to lose to unranked teams were No. 23 Michigan State and No. 24 UNC Wilmington. For all the Top 25 action ... ...More

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No. 4 Notre Dame won its Inn at Saint Mary's Classic with a 2-0 win over Texas Tech. No. 17 Penn State lost its third game in a row when it fell to Connecticut, 3-2, on Jessica Shufelt's golden goal, her second goal of the game. The only other Top 25 teams to lose to unranked teams were No. 18 UNC Greensboro and No. 21 San Diego. For all the Top 25 action ... ...More

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