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Home > Soccer America Daily > Thursday, June 29, 2006
"I'm sure [U.S. Soccer president] Sunil [Gulati] will be very introspective. He'll examine everything, not just the national team. It's the whole development process. MLS has some serious soul-searching to do. This old business that our stars should stay at home is totally ridiculous." -- United Soccer Leagues president Francisco ... Read the whole story
Clint Dempsey played his first MLS game since returning from the World Cup, where he starred for the USA, and he set up Taylor Twellman for the lone goal as New England beat Western Conference leader FC Dallas, 1-0. Also playing for the Revs was Avery John, who started for ... Read the whole story
Chinese fans win the award for World Cup fanaticism. China didn't qualify for the 2006 World Cup, but that doesn't mean locals are ignoring the tournament. The viewing audience in China for the England-Paraguay match on the second day of the tournament was 62.9 million people -- larger than the populations ... Read the whole story
USL-1 clubs Minnesota and Miami FC fell to the PDL's Des Moines Menace and USASA's Dallas Roma, respectively, Wednesday night in the second round of the U.S. Open Cup. Dallas Roma beat Miami, 1-0, on John Waters' penalty kick converted after 1994 Brazilian World Cup champion Zinho was called for handball ... Read the whole story
Chicago's Eclipse Select won four girls titles at U.S. Youth Soccer's Region II championships on Tuesday. The Michigan Wolves and Chicago Magic both won two boys titles. For the results and goalscorers of all Region II finals: Read the whole story
For all the week's World Cup action and MLS games: Read the whole story

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