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Chelsea Has Established a Strong Position As America’s Second Team: Nightly Soccer Report

fernando torres yankee stadium Chelsea Has Established a Strong Position As Americas Second Team: Nightly Soccer Report

While Manchester United are America’s most popular English soccer club, Chelsea have established itself in a strong position as America’s second favorite club side.

According to new research compiled by EA Sports from FIFA 13, Manchester United is the most popular Premier League club in 45 of the 48 continental states. But when you pour through the research, as written by Roger Bennett from ESPN FC, it shows that Chelsea have a strong presence throughout the majority of the country.

It’s definitely worth reading!

Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines:

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The Nightly Soccer Report is tomorrow’s news today. It’s often tomorrow morning’s worldwide newspaper headlines that are published the night before. We do all the work for you, combing the Internet and aggregating the news for you. Read The Nightly Soccer Report on World Soccer Talk every night before bed, so you can stay on top of all the news that matters.


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