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Favorite Spain looks to build on successes
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Sol aims for first series sweep
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The USA's winning formula
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Mexico hangs on Azteca
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Another loss for Maradona's Argentina
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U-17s expand player search
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Mexico must make big changes
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Brazil looks to overtake Paraguay
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PDL and NPSL teams advance
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Italy prepares for opener against USA
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Barnes leaves Reggae Boyz for English club job
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New coach, another loss for Mexico
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First four teams qualify for finals
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Aztex survive quick red card
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Sol doubles lead on closest rival
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Resignation at Virginia Tech is shocker
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Aguirre motivates Mexico
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Dutch look to book first tickets
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Hottest teams meet again at the HDC
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Worst of the worst
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Sol extends lead with tie
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Texan billionaire takes control at Sunderland
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The Governator signs on
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Mido's status with Pharaohs is uncertain
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Concacaf's Warner and Blazer re-elected
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Changing of the guard at Chelsea
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Sol train rolls on
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Carolina and Charleston remain on top
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