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  1. From FIFA Aussie comeback astounds Germany (PA) Tuesday 29 March 2011 Australia earned some measure of revenge for their FIFA World Cup™ thrashing at the hands of Germany with an unlikely 2-1 victory in their international friendly in Dortmund tonight. Germany looked on course to replicate their 4-0 win in Durban last summer when Mario Gomez scored a 26th-minute opener in a dominant first half for the world's No3 ranked side. But the Socceroos stunned their hosts with two goals in four second-half minutes, first through David Carney and then a Luke Wilkshire penalty, to clai
  2. Don't know if this is the right place to place this but...... From the KW Record Return to Serbia brings back troubling memories http://news.therecord.com/Sports/article/553096 June 13, 2009 Christine Rivet RECORD STAFF KITCHENER When Branko Gavric strides onto the soccer pitch wearing Canada's colours in his native Serbia, he'll fly the flags of everyone he remembers back at Eastwood Collegiate. Eastwood's patchwork of nationalities and the possibilities they shaped together have left an indelible mark on him. More than the championships he helped
  3. From KW Record Kitchener's David Edgar might leave Newcastle June 12, 2009 Jeff Hicks RECORD STAFF KITCHENER http://news.therecord.com/Sports/article/552377 S. Keep this quiet, English soccer fans. Kitchener's David Edgar is up for grabs. His two-year contract with Newcastle United, just relegated from the top-flight Premier League to second-tier League Championship, has expired. The 22-year-old defender is available to other clubs after eight years of grooming in the Newcastle system. Between us and the goalpost, other teams are after hi
  4. From KW Record Kitchener's David Edgar might leave Newcastle June 12, 2009 Jeff Hicks RECORD STAFF KITCHENER http://news.therecord.com/Sports/article/552377 S. Keep this quiet, English soccer fans. Kitchener's David Edgar is up for grabs. His two-year contract with Newcastle United, just relegated from the top-flight Premier League to second-tier League Championship, has expired. The 22-year-old defender is available to other clubs after eight years of grooming in the Newcastle system. Between us and the goalpost, other teams are after hi
  5. I read somewhere in one of the subjects listed that someone refered that there is no heat in the Oylmpic Stadium. Below is an article about the Annual Dog Show hels there. Look at bottom of the article it states that temperture outside was 5 Deg Cel. and Inside approx. 20 Deg Cel. Sunday, November 25, 2007 Guides Canins trial (Montreal Olympic Stadium) Lucy sporting red in the blue province LUCY WINS FIRST PLACE AT THE OLYMPIC S(tadium)! (Sorry, just couldn't resist that one :-) Guides Canins hosted a trial in conjunction with the Salon National des Animaux de Co
  6. From KW Record http://news.therecord.com/Sports/article/464964 Edgar waits for call to start December 30, 2008 Josh Brown RECORD STAFF Scoring goals against the English Premier League's top soccer club is becoming a tradition for Kitchener's David Edgar. The Newcastle United defender burst onto the scene with his game-tying marker against mighty Manchester United two years back in his home debut at St. James' Park in northeast England. This past Sunday, the 21-year-old scored his second pro goal, this time against first-place Liverpool. Edgar scored on a h
  7. From CBC... Montreal Impact faces Real Esteli http://sports.sympatico.msn.cbc.ca/news/contentposting.aspx?feedname=cbc-sports-v3&showbyline=true&newsitemid=soccer-concacaf-champions&pagenumber=2 The Montreal Impact will play its first match in the inaugural CONCACAF Champions League when it hosts Nicaraguan club Real Esteli on Wednesday at Saputo Stadium (8 p.m. ET, CBC-Bold, CBCSports.ca). In 2006, organizers elected to expand what was formerly known as the CONCACAF Champions' Cup from eight club teams to 24 from a region that includes North America, Central Am
  8. What be a better question: Who would win between Man U vs England?
  9. From KW Record Kitchener's Edgar spends down time watching Euro '08 http://news.therecord.com/Sports/article/367647 June 16, 2008 Josh Brown RECORD STAFF KITCHENER The European Cup couldn't have come at a better time for David Edgar. After all, the Newcastle United defender is recovering from hernia surgery and has been told to take it easy. Sitting on a stool at his local watering hole and watching some of the world's best countries play the Beautiful Game is just the right pace. "I picked Netherlands to win it all," he said recently while catching a ma
  10. The ‘Don’ does the right thing By Martin Rogers, Yahoo! Sports May 15, 8:18 pm EDT http://sports.yahoo.com/mls/news;_ylt=AtAjjwJkpos3jKmQuYqclfGkvrYF?slug=ro-garber051508&prov=yhoo&type=lgns Major League Soccer is not the most confrontational of professional sports organizations, but commissioner Don Garber showed this week that he is prepared to fight if his league has been slighted. Garber came out swinging following the ill-thought criticism of MLS supporters by television pundit Michael Wilbon, co-host of ESPN’s “Pardon the Interruption.” Wilbon’s case
  11. From ESPN: http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/story?id=524278&cc=5901 Sources: Toronto signs Guevara to four-year deal Ives Galarcep Toronto FC has signed Honduran midfielder and 2004 MLS MVP Amado Guevara, the club announced on Wednesday afternoon. After trading undisclosed conditional draft picks in 2009 and 2010 to Chivas USA for his rights, Toronto FC signed Guevara to a multi-year contract, with just the first year guaranteed, sources told ESPN.com. Guevara is expected to join Toronto FC in Carson, Calif., where his new team faces David Beckham and t
  12. From KW Record Local sports: The needs of struggling Newcastle leave Edgar unavailable to Canada March 11, 2008 By JOSH BROWN RECORD STAFF Posted 4:40 p.m. Newcastle United needs David Edgar more than Canada’s Olympic soccer team. At least that’s the message coming from northeast England, as the professional club battles to avoid relegation from the Premiership. Today, the Canadian Soccer Association announced its roster that will battle for a berth in this summer’s Olympics, and Edgar, a Kitchener native, didn’t make the cut. “It’s too bad because he wo
  13. I started this comments. Who ever used my name 2 hours later is a puzzle to me and I do not appreciate it.
  14. From KW Record http://news.therecord.com/News/CanadaWorld/article/297328 Kitchener's David Edgar aims to start for Newcastle January 19, 2008 The Canadian Press NEWCASTLE, ENGLAND Canadian defender David Edgar had no problems with former Newcastle United manager Sam Allardyce. And he is looking forward to working with the new boss, Kevin Keegan. Edgar's goal is the same -- Newcastle's reserve team captain just wants to play. The 20-year-old from Kitchener has made the senior bench nine times this season, getting on the field once as a substitute. He finds
  15. Houston Dynamo coach Kinnear gets contract extension through 2010 http://news.therecord.com/Wire/Sports_Wire/Soccer_Wire/article/283933 December 17, 2007 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Canadian Press, 2007 HOUSTON - Houston Dynamo head coach Dominic Kinnear, who led his team to back-to-back MLS championships, received a contract extension through 2010 on Monday. "I'm happy to know I'll be involved with this organization and players for years to come," said Kinnear, who had one season left on his previous deal. "I am really fortunate to continue this opportunity." Kinn
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