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Home >Soccer America Daily > Saturday, June 30, 2007
Josmer Altidore, the most exciting American teenager since Freddy Adu, is on the team. So is Adu, who believes this tournament -- his third U-20 world championship -- is his springboard to fame and glory in Europe. Midfielder Michael Bradley isn't glorious or famous yet, but he appeared in 21 ... Read the whole story
The USA opens play at the U-20 World Cup Saturday in Montreal against South Korea. It has faced the Koreans twice before at the World Youth Championship and come away with good results both times. For more on the USA-South Korea rivalry and how the '07 Koreans look ... 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 delay on Fox Sports en Espanol at 7 pm ET. The Under-20 World Cup will be shown in English on ESPNU and (broadband) and in ... 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

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"Losing a match doesn't mean that everything is wrong, just as winning a match doesn't mean everything is right. Brazil always has to win, that's a fact. The pressure and the demands are something we have to get used to. We have to find a way to get over this." -- Brazil coach Dunga, whose team lost to Mexico, 2-0, in their Copa America opener. ...More

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