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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, June 30, 2006
"In a couple months, this will be over with. People will forget about it and move on and that's what I'm looking forward to." -- U.S. national team star Landon Donovan, hoping memories of his disappointing performance and that of the U.S. team will soon disappear. (Los Angeles Times) Read the whole story
Americans return to action this weekend in Norway when league play resumes after a four-week break. Norway is the home to a growing number of American players -- including U.S. internationals Nat Borchers, Robbie Russell, Brian West, Ramiro Corrales and Adin Brown -- and U.S. collegians who spurned offers from MLS ... Read the whole story
Romario and Zinho, who played on Brazil's 1994 World Cup championship team, head the list of players named for the USL First Division All-Star Game July 19 against English Championship League team Sheffield Wednesday in Cary, N.C. Two first-team all-league selections from last season also highlight the roster: two-time Defender of ... Read the whole story
What's it like to be a VIP at the World Cup? Chuck Blazer, the long-time general secretary of CONCACAF and lone American on FIFA's executive committee, has been posting to his blog -- Inside the World Cup -- with a behind-the-scenes look at the World Cup: life in the FIFA ... Read the whole story
For all the week's World Cup action and MLS games: http://www.socceramerica.com/article.asp?Art_ID=562137352 Read the whole story



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