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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2006
"Coaches don't play. [United coach] Peter [Nowak] doesn't play and Bruce doesn't play, even though I think we would have a little more advantage if Peter did play because I don't think Bruce can move as well as he used to." -- D.C. United striker Alecko Eskandarian on tonight's U.S. ... Read the whole story
U.S. Soccer’s under-17 residency program reopened this week with 19 first-semester players in the 40-player fall class at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. Preparations begin in earnest this fall for qualifying for the 2007 Under-17 World Championship next summer in South Korea. The fall class is dominated by '90 players who ... Read the whole story
The U.S. Open Cup moves into the quarterfinals tonight with four matches involving MLS teams: LOS ANGELES-COLORADO -- The Galaxy won the title in 2005 and reached the final in three of the last five years. -- The Rapids have defeated Los Angeles, 1-0, in all three 2006 MLS meetings. ... Read the whole story
The first step toward a solution to the Kansas City Wizards' stadium situation takes tonight when the Overland Park (Kan.) city council meets to discuss public financing for a soccer complex. Overland Park Mayor Carl Gerlach calls the meeting "the beginning of the process" to seek sales tax revenue (STAR) ... Read the whole story
Ricardo La Volpe is returning to his native Argentina to coach Boca Juniors, the legendary Buenos Aires club, after spending more than two decades in Mexico. La Volpe, the No. 3 goalie on Argentina's 1978 World Cup championship team, finished his playing career in Mexico, then had a successful career ... Read the whole story

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