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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, June 22, 2006
"It's more interesting to watch soccer than those dummies talking nonsense and fighting each other." -- Mexico City human resources officer Claudia Alvarez on the popularity of the World Cup in Mexico, where the closest presidential campaign in decades concludes July 2 with election day. Former Mexico City mayor Andres Manuel ... Read the whole story
Some hackers try to trick computer users with nude photos. Others have preyed on their interest in the World Cup. One hacker has combined the two to attack computers around the world. The Sixem-A worm has infected the computers of soccer fans by tricking them into clicking on attachments that ... Read the whole story
Bulgaria didn't qualify for the 2006 World Cup, but interest is still high in the former Eastern bloc country. Two prisoners seving life sentences at the Pazardzhik prison went on a hunger strike to try to get televisions placed in their cells. They sealed their mouths to show the seriousness ... Read the whole story
Runaway Eastern Conference leader D.C. United extended its unbeaten streak to eight games with a 1-0 win over Chicago on Clyde Simms' long-range strike in the 17th minute. United extended its lead in the Eastern Conference over second-place Kansas City to nine points. -- New England was four minutes away ... Read the whole story
For listings of all the week's World Cup action, as well as weekend MLS pay-per-view games: Read the whole story

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