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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, July 18, 2006
"The fitness coach recently attended a demonstration of a system that can track the movement of the players by satellite. One or two of the first team players were not too pleased as they thought the manager could locate them at any time, not that anyone would be somewhere they ... Read the whole story
The most disappointing franchise in MLS's 11-year history has hired America's most successful coach. Bruce Arena, five days after U.S. Soccer decided not to renew his contract, has been named head coach and sporting director of the New York Red Bulls, previously known as the MetroStars. Arena guided D.C. United ... Read the whole story
Bruce Arena is the fifth coach to take the helm of an MLS club after coaching a World Cup team. He is the third coach of the Red Bulls (nee MetroStars) who arrived with World Cup head-coaching experience. Bruce Arena World Cup 2002 (USA), World Cup 2006 (USA) MLS: New ... Read the whole story
More than two months after the quarterfinal first-leg games, the Libertadores Cup picks up action this week. The delay between games came about because of FIFA's ruling that players must be available for World Cup preparation by May 17. TUESDAY, July 18 LIBERTAD (Portugal) vs. RIVER PLATE (Argentina) First leg: ... Read the whole story
For all the week's MLS and Libertadores Cup action: http://www.socceramerica.com/article.asp?Art_ID=562137410 Read the whole story



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