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English Premier League

Swansea 2-1 Wigan Goals

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Emerson Boyce scored the goal of the game with a back-heel flick however it was only to be a consolation goal as Swansea held on for a 2-1 win against Wigan, incidently it was Swansea's first win since August.

National Teamers Abroad: It's Altidore... again

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The start of the Premier League season might be the easy headline, but for Americans Abroad Jozy Alitdore's second double-goal game was the story. Altidore opened the scoring in AZ's 3-1 win over Heracles in the 16th minute. Maarten Martens doubled the lead ten minutes later. Heracles would get a goal back three minutes from time, but it would be Altidore again with a stoppage time goal.

Manchester United

United do their best to try and lose the Galatasaray game

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Huff, puff and ho! This was how Manchester United started off their Champions league campaign against Turkish giants Galatasaray. United won 1-0 in a very unconvincing game against the Turks yesterday. Here are five things we learnt from that game at Old Trafford.

Shinji Kagawa- Not a shirt-seller
In his short stint as a United player, Shinji Kagawa has proven that he is not your guy who was purchased to sell merchandise across Asia.

Old Trafford alarm bells ringing as Galatasaray expose United's soft under belly...is it time for Ferguson to ditch 4-4-2?

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Manchester United won their opening group H Champions League game against Galatasaray thanks to an excellent Michael Carrick goal on 7 minutes. The only goal of the game, was a thing of real beauty, but what followed left a lot to be desired. Carrick's name hasn't featured enough in the goal tally column in recent seasons, but his effort last night was one to remember - the former Spurs player

European Rewind: Juventus roll over Napoli, Man City stumble and more

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By JOHN BOSCHINI

Juventus look like they are returning to the dominating side that seemed destined for the title earlier in the season, but is it too little, too late?

Juventus were impressive in the second half of their 3-0 victory over Napoli on Sunday. Leonardo Bonucci, Arturo Vidal and Fabio Quagliarella scored and Napoli finished the game with 10 men after Juan Zuniga was shown a red card.

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Chivas USA Scouting Report: Second Verse Same as the First?

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Just two weeks ago the scouting report on Chivas was that they were a miserly team that didn't score much but didn't allow many goals either. So naturally their following game versus the Seattle Sounders featured 8 goals, including Fredy Montero's first hat trick and some pretty unimpressive defending from Seattle that meant a 10 goal game wouldn't have been unthinkable.

2012 NPSL Midwest Central scorers

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Milwaukee Bavarians striker James Weber (Hartford) once again is the leading goal scorer in the National Premier Soccer League Midwest Region Central Conference.

Weber's four-goal game Sunday, his second hat trick of the young season, sent him back into the top spot after three weeks of action.

Highly Offensive: RBNY Explodes for Five in Win vs. Montreal

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If The Red Bulls Win and Nobody's There to See It...?The New York Red Bulls put in a real Jekyll & Hyde performance on Saturday, at home to the expansion Montreal Impact. After a listless first half that found them lucky to be 2-2 at the break, they scored three unanswered goals and won going away, 5-2.

Altidore scores twice in AZ rout

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After a red-hot start to the season, Jozy Altidore had lost his starting role for AZ Alkmaar and was mired in a bit of a scoring slump.

At the very least, that slump is now over.

Altidore scored twice in a four-minute span as a substitute in AZ's 6-0 rout of ADO Den Haag on Wednesday to break a two-month scoring drought.

Jurgen Klinsmann

Monday Morning Update from Mexico City

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Under cool grey skies, the first group of players were on the field this morning at the training site for the Cruz Azul academy. Nestled in a quiet corner of a neighborhood in the city, a plush green pitch awaited the 10 players who put in an hour's worth of work to get the travel out of their legs. After a long warm-up, they played 7 v.

The Six Goal Game - A Closer Look at a Training Exercise

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One of the areas of focus during the tactical work this camp has been on shifting and moving as a unit, particularly on the defensive side of the ball. One exercise designed to train these movements is what Jurgen Klinsmann calls the 'six goal game'.
Using a field of 70 yards long by 72 yards wide, the coaches set up the big goals in the center of each endline and then placed two smaller goals on each side seven yards from the sideline.

Abby Wambach

2012 Olympics, US Women Vs. Colombia: Broadcast Info, GameThread

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The United States women's soccer team continues their push for a third straight Olympic Gold Medal with Saturday's match against Colombia. Kickoff is at 9 a.m. Pacific and the game is on NBC Sports Network.

The U.S. is coming off an impressive win over France in their first group stage game, scoring a 4-2 win after falling behind 2-0.

Wambach, Morgan lead USWNT past Sweden

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By ADAM WARNER

You would have expected some nervous jitters from U.S. Women's National Team
Head Coach Pia Sundhage. She was coaching against her former team, Sweden, where she played at both
the professional and national levels. The game was being played in Holmestad, Sweden, which is only
about an hour and half away from where she grew up in Ulricehamn.

Wambach, Morgan lead USWNT past Sweden

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By ADAM WARNER

You would have expected some nervous jitters from U.S. Women's National Team
Head Coach Pia Sundhage. She was coaching against her former team, Sweden, where she played at both
the professional and national levels. The game was being played in Holmestad, Sweden, which is only
about an hour and half away from where she grew up in Ulricehamn.

An Unstoppable Force

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Through the first four games of Olympic qualifying, the United States silenced each of its powerless opponents. On Sunday, it was Canada's time.

The U.S. defense pitched its fifth shutout of the tournament while Alex Morgan and Abby Wambach each netted a pair of goals to give the Americans a comprehensive 4-0 victory over Canada at BC Place in Vancouver.

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Zero Oranje as Bendtner’s Denmark Join Them On Flight Home

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Deserved dejection?

The dust finally settled for Group B with Germany and Portugal progressing to the next phase of European Championship 2012. Favourites, Germany went through by virtue of winning all 3 of their group matches while their victim in that very first match, Portugal joined them after picking up 2 consecutive wins.

Zero Oranje as Bendtner’s Denmark Join Them On Flight Home

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Deserved dejection?

The dust finally settled for Group B with Germany and Portugal progressing to the next phase of European Championship 2012. Favourites, Germany went through by virtue of winning all 3 of their group matches while their victim in that very first match, Portugal joined them after picking up 2 consecutive wins.

U-23s Earn Scrimmage Win vs. Bochum

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Terrence Boyd Scored the Tying Goal for the U-23s This Morning

This morning the U-23 U.S. Men's National Team headed 30 km due east from Duisburg to Bochum to face VfL Bochum in a scrimmage today. The Bochum team was a combination of first team players and youth players. It's an international break in Germany so no sign of the People's Rooney, but nonetheless it was a spirited match played in front of an appreciative crowd of about 200 people.

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Portland Timbers vs. Chicago Fire Player Ratings: We're Back Edition

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Finally! It may have only been a handful of games since the Portland Timbers last scored (which is still bad mind you) but it really started to feel like forever since we had a reason to cheer at a game. On Sunday, however, the Timbers and the Fire, I guess, gave us two very solid reasons to cheer.

Creighton Overtime Victory Advances Bluejays to College Cup

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Minnesota's Eric Miller and Brent Kallman will be making a trip the NCAA Men's D1 College Cup next weekend. The Bluejays shutout their opponent for the 18th time this season with a 1-0 overtime win over South Florida Sunday afternoon at Morrison Stadium in Omaha, Nebraska. The golden goal game in the 97th minute of [.

D.C. United

Breakers Take 3-0 Win in Opener

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It was a debut to remember for the Boston Breakers, who claimed a 3-0 win over the ASA Chesapeake Charge in their first WPSL Elite contest on Thursday.

The Breakers, who played in WPS for three seasons before the league suspended operations in January, overwhelmed the Charge with a fast and furious display of firepower as Veronica Napoli, Jessica Luscinski and Katie Schoepfer all scoring inside of 20 minutes.

Galaxy Finally Break Through Against DC United

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It was a Sunday of firsts at the Home Depot Center for the Los Angeles Galaxy.

Robbie Keane had his first two-goal game in MLS, fittingly perhaps coming the day after St. Patrick's day, midfielder Marcelo Sarvas scored his first career MLS goal and the Galaxy breathed a collective sigh of relief with its first win of the season, defeating DC United 3-1 at the Home Depot Center.

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PASL name Detroit Waza scorer Aaron Byrd Player of the Week

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PASL Player of the Week:
Aaron Byrd, Detroit Waza

Byrd's dramatic goal capped off a career night. Byrd got his second seven-point game of the season and the first five goal game of his career. The 30-year old has become Detroit's hottest scorer with 21 points in his last four games.

PASL Player of the Week

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PASL-Player of the WeekCesar Romero, Revolucion Tijuana and Kraig Chiles, San Diego Sockers
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Romero followed up his record setting nine goal game with a five goal, one assist night against the Anaheim Bolts. Romero helped rally Tijuana from a 7-2 deficit to pull out a 14-13 win in what was surely the most important game of the season to date.

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Bato Two Goals Lead Comets By Norfolk

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The Comets new signing Bato Radoncic made an immediate impact for the Comets in his first game, as he scored two goals as the Comets continued their push towards a playoff spot with a 14-6 win.

Bato got his Comets career started fairly quickly, as he scored just over 4 minutes into the game to give Missouri the early lead.

Academy Action: Revs Engulfed by Fire

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Sunday was a day to forget for the Revolution Youth Academy as the U-16s and U-18s were each handed 3-0 losses by the Chicago Fire during New England's second match of the Winter Showcase.

The 18s fell into a hole two minutes into their match when Andrew Conner's goal put the Fire in front early.

Player Ratings: U.S. Men’s National Team vs. France

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After each match the contributors to New England Soccer Today will rate the performances of the United States National Team players who made an appearance on a 1 to 10 scale (1 horrendous, 5 average, 10 perfection). This week Sean Donahue and Julian Cardillo contributed ratings for the USA's 1-0 loss to France.

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MLS Recap: Week 30

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Article by Pedro Gomes
Week 30 saw more pure moments of brilliance across the league. Thierry Henry put in an MLS Player of the Week performance for New York. San Jose provided more late game heroics, and we saw some fantastic strikes from Ryan Johnson and Marcelo Sargas to name a few.

UMW women secure late game draw against Frostburg

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Freshman Jessica Bednarcik scored her seventh goal of the season in the 79th minute to lift the University of Mary Washington women's soccer team into a 1-1 tie with Frostburg State University in a battle of Capital Athletic Conference unbeatens on Saturday at the Battleground. Both teams move to 5-0-1 on the season.

E.P. Grabs Win in Cup Opener

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FALL RIVER, Mass. Jimmy Hernandez and Armando Gomes each scored to steer East Providence to a 2-0 win over Lindo's ST in the first leg of LUSA Cup competition on Sunday at Billy Gonsalves Field.

Hernandez gave E.P. the early lead with an 8th minute strike while Gomes added an insurance goal in the 65th minute to cap the scoring.

Altidore scores twice in AZ draw

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While U.S. international forwards Clint Dempsey and Herculez Gomez continue their goal-scoring ways, Jozy Altidore maintains his.

Altidore scored both of AZ Alkmaar's goals in a 2-2 draw with FC Twente on Wednesday. He tallied in the third minute, heading home a corner kick (and getting away with a pushoff, to be fair) to give AZ the early lead.

Brisbane 3 v Melbourne 1 - attack of the killer Broiches

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Rocky Visconte was the man of this match. Not because he was the best player, but because he played so much better than he has before. Ange starting him over Issy added new Broich like movement to the Roar on attack. For the first time in 5 games, Brisbane had a midfield that was always searching forward, looking to beat the first defender and so drawing the second across and creating space elsewhere.

Comets Off to a Fast 3 and 0 Start Entering Next Weekend’s Action

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By Ed Bishop

Like parents sitting around a table looking at pictures of their young children Missouri Comets fans are looking at their team and saying, "Boy, what a difference a year makes." A year ago today ended the five plus years that indoor soccer fans in the Kansas City area had endured without an MISL franchise as the Comets were rechristened before a packed house at the Independence Events Center.