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Home > Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, June 12, 2007
Three days after clinching a spot in the Gold Cup quarterfinals by beating Trinidad & Tobago, the USA finishes Group B play against El Salvador at Gillette Stadium needing only a point to clinch first place and with some questions to resolve (TV: Fox Soccer Channel and TeleFutura, live, 7 ... Read the whole story
Houston Dynamo star Dwayne De Rosario scored twice within three minutes in the first half to give Canada a 2-0 victory over Haiti Monday at Miami's Orange Bowl in the final day of Group A action at the Gold Cup. The victory gave Canada first place in Group A ahead ... Read the whole story
The USA is back in action on Tuesday when it faces El Salvador in a game televised on Fox Soccer Channel and TeleFutura ... Read the whole story
With his hat trick against New York on Sunday, D.C. United midfielder Ben Olsen moves into a tie for fifth in MLS goals with four for the season. Eddie Johnson, who is off on national team duty, continues to lead all goalscorers with nine goals, two more than New York's ... Read the whole story
The U.S. U-16 boys national team beat Japan, 3-1, on Monday for its second straight win at the Viktor Bannikov Memorial International Tournament in Kiev, Ukraine. Charles Renken scored two goals and Ryan Finley added a third in the win over Japan that came two days after a 3-1 win ... Read the whole story
Urs Linsi, FIFA's general secretary the last five years, is leaving world soccer's governing body. Linsi, 55, took over following the departure of Michel Zen-Ruffinen in 2002. Markus Kattner, FIFA's finance director, will be its acting general secretary. Read the whole story


"Mexico is the best team in the area, the best team in CONCACAF, and it is going to the Confederations Cup. To go to the Confederations Cup means you have to win the Gold Cup. There can be no excuses. We have to win the Gold Cup, and [Coach] Hugo Sanchez and all the players know it." -- Justino Compean, president of the Mexican soccer federation, a day after the Tri's 2-1 loss to Honduras, its first defeat ever to a CONCACAF team in group play at the Gold Cup. Compean also revealed that Mexico would meet the USA at ...More

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