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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, June 6, 2007
Just about everybody connected with the U.S. team as it heads into the Gold Cup tournament this week has something to prove, from the head coach right on down to his son. Bob Bradley is replacing Bruce Arena, the most successful coach in U.S. history. His son, Michael, is one ... Read the whole story
[TV PREVIEW] The roughest stretch of the season is underway for the New York Red Bulls, and they started poorly with a 3-2 loss in Kansas City Saturday. Clint Mathis was ejected for elbowing Kerry Zavagnin in the throat and he could get an extra game tacked onto his suspension, ... Read the whole story
The Gold Cup begins Wednsday with two games at Miami's Orange Bowl: Canada-Costa Rica and Haiti-Guadeloupe. Both games will be broadcast on Galavision. For the complete Gold Cup television schedule ... Read the whole story
[GOLD CUP PREVIEW] The Gold Cup was the scene of Canada's greatest achievement of the last 20 years. Indeed, its 2000 Gold Cup victory stands as the only bright spot for a program that has languished and fallen far behind its North American rivals, the United States and Mexico. The ... Read the whole story
[GOLD CUP PREVIEW] Costa Rica is a team in transition. Gone is Coach Alexandre Guimaraes, who led the Ticos at the 2002 and 2006 World Cup and will coach Panama at the 2007 Gold Cup. Star Paulo Wanchope announced his international retirement after the 2006 World Cup and is now ... Read the whole story
[GOLD CUP PREVIEW] Like Martinique, which played in three Gold Cups, Guadeloupe is an overseas French department with a population of 450,000, so it is ineligible for FIFA competitions like the World Cup. But the French departments are CONCACAF members and compete at a high level within the Caribbean. Many ... Read the whole story
[GOLD CUP PREVIEW] Haiti will be the home team in Group A at Miami's Orange Bowl. For Haiti's first ever game at the Gold Cup in 2000, a crowd of almost 50,000, most of them Haitian supporters, turned up at the Orange Bowl to watch the USA beat Haiti, 3-0. ... Read the whole story
Striker Brian Ching may be mired in a slump, yet his departure to join the U.S. team for the Gold Cup couldn't be more poorly timed for Houston coach Dominic Kinnear. Dwayne DeRosario, who despite his struggles leads the Dynamo with three goals, is with the Canadian team, and Ching ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"As I have said, winning the Gold Cup is our most important priority this year, and I believe we have assembled a team capable of doing that. We have a very good blend of talent, youth and experience."-- U.S. coach Bob Bradley, whose team opens its Gold Cup title defense on Thursday against Guatemala. The 12-team CONCACAF championship kicks off on Wednesday. (Houston Chronicle) ...More


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