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EDITOR'S NOTE: World Cup Special Editions to launch
June 10th, 2010 3:55AM
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Soccer America will begin expanded coverage of the World Cup on Friday when it introduces "Special Edition: World Cup Afternoon Report" e-newsletter sent at approximately 1:30 p.m. ET each day when there are games during the World Cup.

It will allow readers to catch up on the latest World Cup news after the second game of the day and before they head off to watch the third game.

On Saturday, "Special Edition: World Cup Afternoon Report" will be sent about an hour after the end of the USA-England game with Soccer America's instant analysis and player ratings.

"Special Edition: World Cup Afternoon Report" will not contain results in the subject line as a courtesy to readers not wishing to know the scores of the day's first two days.

The Special Edition will supplement Soccer America Daily, which will be sent each day during the World Cup at 3 a.m. ET so readers in South Africa for the World Cup can get all the soccer news and analysis they expect from Soccer America at their usual morning time.



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