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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Oct. 27, 2006
"I told him to be quiet. I don't like what he does. ... He's sometimes too much. He's got to calm down a little bit. When he coached me in D.C., we didn't get along very well. I always respect him as a player. ... Otherwise, I don't want to ... Read the whole story
Juergen Klinsmann, who left his post as Germany head coach shortly after last summer's World Cup, has told the Associated Press he's been discussing the U.S. national team job with U.S. Soccer President Sunil Gulati and said that, "Sooner or later, I have to get back into coaching." Klinsmann said ... Read the whole story
MLS's 2006 semifinalists will be determined this weekend with the second-leg games of the quarterfinal series, which are decided on aggregate goals. Here's Soccer America Senior Editor Ridge Mahoney's take on the four clashes this Saturday and Sunday. New England-Chicago (Chicago leads, 1-0) Saturday, 7:30 pm ET. TV: Fox Soccer ... Read the whole story
AMERICANS ABROAD. Newly promoted Watford, with American defender Jay DeMerit in defense, finally won its first game of the season - a 2-1 League Cup win over second-tier Hull on Tuesday. It will aim for its first league win against Tottenham on Saturday (TV, delay, 2:15 pm ET.) Keeper Tim ... Read the whole story



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