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'Best of U.S. Soccer' voting begins
November 19th, 2008 7:01AM

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[AWARDS] U.S. Soccer has announced the finalists for the 2008 "Best of U.S. Soccer" awards in 12 categories. The seventh annual series, presented by SOCCER AMERICA, gives fans the opportunity to make their selections for the best in soccer in the United States. Fans can vote once a day from now until Monday, Dec. 8, on ussoccer.com's "Best of U.S. Soccer" blog page.

The 2008 "Best of U.S. Soccer" awards will be decided entirely by online fan votes submitted over the next three weeks.

In addition to voting for the "Best of U.S. Soccer" awards, fans will also have the chance to vote daily for U.S. Soccer's prestigious Athlete of the Year awards, which will be announced later this week.

2008 "Best of U.S. Soccer" Awards Categories
Best all-access Video
Best Assist
Best Fan Photo
Best Goal (MNT)
Best Goal (WNT)
Best Goal (Academy)
Best Performance (Player)
Best Performance (Team)
Best Photo
Best Soccer Bar
Best Soccer Blog
Best Soccer Specialty Store



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