Contents: Soccer America March 9, 1998 issue
Dutch Masters Teach U.S. A Harsh Lesson
By Jeff Rusnak
MLS: Teams Are Forced To Dig Deeper For Talent
By Poul Swain
El Nino Making Mess Of Clash Preparations
By Ridge Mahoney
Germany Has Room For Improvement
Q&A: Bob Gansler -- Things Happen For a Reason
Interview by Doug Cress
Indomitable Lions Are Hit By Controversy
Lazio Sets Sights On Juventus
Soccer Talk -- The Sampson Style: Still Waiting
By Paul Gardner
Direct Kick -- Begin the push for 2000 now!
By Clay Berling
- Up Front
- Q&A: Ernie Stewart
- MLS Preseason Schedule
- Group F Digest
- World Cup Countdown
- World Cup Warmups
- African Nations Cup
- Pro Roundup/Around The Country
- Around The World
- World Scoreboard
- TV Schedule
- Q&A: Seamus Malin
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