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Fans pick 'Best of U.S. Soccer'
December 20th, 2007 7AM

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The results are in for the 2007 "Best of U.S. Soccer" awards presented again this year by Soccer America.

Fans can watch a special presentation of all 11 winners on ussoccer.com's Studio 90.

This year's awards included for the first time Best Blog, which went to Washington Post staff writer Steven Goff's Soccer Insider.

On Thursday, U.S. Soccer will announce the winners of the 2007 Athlete of the Year Awards, which include Male, Female, Young Male and Young Female.

2007 Best of U.S. Soccer Results
Best Goal (Men)
1. Benny Feilhaber vs. Mexico (June 24) 57.4 %
2. Freddy Adu vs. Poland (July 3) 16.8 %
3. Clint Dempsey vs. Brazil (Sept. 9) 7.5 %

Best Goal (Women)
1. Abby Wambach vs. Sweden (Sept. 14) 46.0 %
2. Heather O'Reilly vs. North Korea (Sept. 11) 14.6 %
3. Carli Lloyd vs. New Zealand (Aug. 12) 10.5 %

Best Assist
1. Freddy Adu vs. Brazil (July 6) 24.4 %
2. Justin Mapp vs. Norway (Jan. 20) 14.2 %
3. Kristine Lilly vs. Sweden (Sept. 14) 14.0 %

Best Performance (Player)
1. Abby Wambach vs. Sweden (Sept. 14) 16.9 %
2. Freddy Adu vs. Poland (July 3) 16.6 %
3. Landon Donovan vs. Ecuador (March 25) 15.8 %

Best Performance (Team)
1. U.S. MNT 2, Mexico 1 (June 24) 25.0 %
2. U.S. WNT 4, Norway 1 (Sept. 30) 19.7 %
3. U-20 MNT 2, Brazil 1 (July 6) 18.2 %

Best Fan Atmosphere
1. MNT vs. Mexico (June 24) 31.0 %
2. MNT vs. Mexico (Feb. 7) 20.3 %
3. MNT vs. Brazil (Sept. 9) 17.0 %

Best Bar
1.The Globe Pub (Chicago, Ill.) 21.2 %
2. Ginger's Ale House (Chicago, Ill.) 20.2 %
3. Three Lions Pub (Charleston, S.C.) 19.3 %

Best Soccer Store
1. Soccer 4 All (Houston, Texas) 24.0 %
2. Angelo's Soccer Corner (Pennsylvania) 15.6 %
3. Altitude Authentics (Commerce City, Colo.) 14.6 %

Best Blog
1. Soccer Insider (by Steven Goff) 26.7 %
2. Soccer by Ives (by Ives Galarcep) 15.6 %
3. WNT Blog 14.2%

Best Photo
1. 2-0! 17.6 %
2. Not So Fast My Friend 15.3 %
3. Love the Pink Jerseys 12.6 %

Best all_access video
1. Abby Wambach Back 4 Quiz 21.7 %
2. Gold Cup Title 14.6 %
3. Mr. Conrad's Training Camp 13.1 %



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