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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, June 29, 2007
Back to the real world. The Copa America in any South American nation is a long way from the Gold Cup anywhere in the United States. An Argentine lineup featuring several world-class stars pummeled a makeshift American team, 4-1, to end the 11-match unbeaten run of Coach Bob Bradley. After ... Read the whole story
Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney grades the U.S. players' performance in their 4-1 Copa America loss to Argentina. ... Read the whole story
Until its 4-1 loss Thursday night against Argentina in the Copa America, the U.S. men's national team was undefeated -- 10-0-1 - since Bob Bradley took over as head coach in December. The USA's last loss was more than a year ago, the 2-1 defeat to Ghana at the 2006 ... Read the whole story
Paraguay, the next U.S. opponent the Copa America, crushed Colombia, 5-0, in their opening Group C game on Thursday in Maracaibo. Striker Roque Santa Cruz scored a hat trick, and substitute Salvador Cabanas added two more in the last 10 minutes as Colombia collapsed. Read the whole story
Action at the 2007 Copa America continues this weekend with two games each on Saturday and Sunday. Brazil will look to rebound from its 2-0 loss to Mexico when it faces Chile on Sunday, while the Tri will go for two wins in a row when it faces Ecuador in ... Read the whole story
The Under-20 World Cup begins Saturday as 24 teams, including the USA, compete in six Canadian cities, and ticket sales have stunned organizers. More than 750,000 tickets have been sold, and final attendance figures could surpass 1 million, double original estimates. Canada's opening game on Sunday and the final on ... Read the whole story
The USA-South Korea Under-20 World Cup opener Saturday in Montreal will be broadcast live on ESPNU, with coverage beginning at 4:45 pm ET, and delayed on Fox Sports en Espanol at 7 pm ET. The Under-20 World Cup will be shown in English on ESPNU and ESPN360.com (broadband) and in ... Read the whole story
Argentina the defending champion, and Brazil, the South American champion, are the favorites, along with European champion Spain, at the 2007 Under-20 World Cup, which begins Saturday in Canada. They have combined to win the last seven U-20 world championships. Argentina's 2005 victory in the Netherlands gave it five titles, ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"We did not despair when we went behind and continued to look for goals until we secured the victory. We must not get carried away, though, as we have only won one game. They made things difficult for us. We had the ball, but we could not create chances. In the second half, we knew they would be tired." -- Argentina coach Alfio Basile, whose team recovered from a one-goal deficit to defeat the USA, 4-1, the teams' Copa America opener. (Ticker) ...More


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