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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, June 7, 2007
David Beckham set up two goals in his first competitive game for England since the 2006 World Cup and his 96th international appearance. Beckham's promising comeback set the stage for more England appearances late in the summer and into the fall -- just as the Galaxy moves into the stretch ... Read the whole story
[GOLD CUP PREVIEW] The first competitive match of the Bob Bradley Era - the Gold Cup opener against Guatemala Thursday (9 p.m. ET, Fox Soccer Channel) - give him and his team a chance to redeem a goalless draw the teams played March 28. As Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney reports, ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO] Finland's European Championship qualifying game against Belgium in Helsinki was delayed for six minutes because of a field invasion - by an owl. Referee Mike Riley stopped play in 19th minute as fans cheered on the owl that soared past ducking players, perched for a while on one crossbar, ... Read the whole story
Playing its first game ever in the Gold Cup, Guadeloupe earned a 1-1 tie against reigning Caribbean champion Haiti on the opening day of play in Group A. In the first game at Miami's Orange Bowl, Julian De Guzman of Spanish club Deportivo Corun scored twice in the second half ... Read the whole story
On the list of things to do for a team making its move in MLS: Coming from behind on the road to win against a conference foe? Check. The rabid fans at BMO Field can be intimidating, but they were stunned - as were their heroes - when Juan Pablo ... Read the whole story
[GOLD CUP PREVIEW] Guatemala has a long record of futility in the Gold Cup. It's played in the last six Gold Cups yet has won only one game in that span -- a 3-0 win over St. Vincent & the Grenadines in 1996. The Chapines take a 12-game winless streak ... Read the whole story
[GOLD CUP PREVIEW] Call Trinidad & Tobago "Team Chaos." If the Soca Warriors didn't have enough troubles because of a dispute between members of their 2006 World Cup team and the T&T federation over World Cup bonuses, they ran into more trouble when they tried to fly to the United ... Read the whole story
[GOLD CUP PREVIEW] Mexican Carlos de los Cobos is looking for small successes for El Salvador at the Gold Cup. The El Salvador coach hopes his team, which has struggled badly in recent years, earns some respect and develop a solid nucleus for World Cup qualifying, which starts next year. ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"I will take out the song ... 'We will rock you'. Why play that song? So the players kill each other? Whoever wants [to hear] devil's music should not come to my stadium." -- Gigi Becali, owner of Romanian club Steaua Bucharest, announces that only religious songs will be played through the loudspeakers at Steaua's stadium, a ploy he says will combat on-field violence and hooliganism. Becali also announced he'll fine players $3,000 to $20,000 if they make sad faces after being substituted. (Reuters) ...More


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