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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2006
"The number of people that I would say we have formally talked to is 13. I think in all of those 13 meetings there have been three people, in one or two cases the candidate had someone else with them, but [U.S. Soccer secretary general] Dan Flynn and I have ... Read the whole story
The USA will take part in the 2007 Copa America, the world's oldest continental championship, which was launched in 1916 as the South American championship. Since 1993, the South American federation (Conmebol) has invited teams from outside the region. Here's how they've fared: 1993 Mexico (runner-up), USA (first round). Champion: ... Read the whole story
DaMarcus Beasley made his first start for English Premier League club Manchester City on Monday, playing 71 minutes wide in midfield in a 1-0 win over Middlesbrough. The 24-year-old veteran of two World Cups, limited by injuries to two appearances off the bench since joining the Blues on loan from ... Read the whole story
Brazil's globetrotting national team is cutting back on its travel, going so far as to cut out all home friendlies. After the Brazilian soccer federation (CBF) signed a $369 million deal with Nike in 1996, Brazil toured the world, building its brand as soccer's most famous national team. But European ... Read the whole story
By Ridge MahoneyAway goals or penalty kicks? Which is better? When MLS drew up its playoff format, deputy commissioner Ivan Gazidis admitted that not using away goals as a tiebreaker increases the chances of overtime and penalty kicks. A league whose regular-season games are often lacking in drama selected a ... Read the whole story
The U.S. under-17 boys national team finished its month-long tour of Uruguay and Argentina with a 4-4-1 record. The Americans finished second at the Torneo Internacional Sub-17 Provincia de San Luis and third at the Copa Ciudad de Rosario. In the final game of the tour, the U.S. U-17s defeated ... Read the whole story



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