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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, June 28, 2011
En route to winning the Gold Cup, Mexico's six games at different venues across the United States attracted an average attendance of 71,500 fans, including the 93,000 who turned out at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena on Saturday. Read the whole story
Less than a week before it plays its first game at the Copa America, Mexico kicked eight players off its team for breaking team rules. They involved having female guests in their rooms after a 1-0 win over Ecuador in a friendly game on Saturday in Quito. Read the whole story
President Barack Obama, who has filled in as an assistant coach for his daughter 10-year-old Sasha's soccer team this year, welcomed the 2010 MLS champion Colorado Rapids to the White House and thanked them for teaching children and parents across the country how the game should be played. Read the whole story
By pulling off a stunning upset of Seattle in the U.S. Open Cup Tuesday night, Kitsap Pumas head coach Peter Fewing could bite the hand that feeds him, so to speak. In addition to coaching the Premier Development League team, Fewing also works for the Sounders on their television broadcasts. ... Read the whole story


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