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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, July 5, 2007
The USA has no chance of advancing to the second round of the Copa America when it meets Colombia on Thursday in Barquisimeto, Venezuela (TeleFutura, GolTV-English, 6:30 pm ET). Yet a case can be argued that sending this pool of U.S. players, many of whom had just a handful of ... Read the whole story
Mexico and Chile played to a 0-0 tie Wednesday at the Copa America -- a result that suited both teams nicely and had fans fuming in Puerto la Cruz, Venezuela. The tie clinched first place for Mexico in Group B and put Chile through to the quarterfinals as one of ... Read the whole story
The USA closes out its stay a the Copa America on Thursday when it faces Colombia. For the complete Copa America TV schedule ... Read the whole story
Brazilian Luciano Emilio moved to within a goal of MLS leadings scorers Juan Pablo Angel (New York) and Eddie Johnson (Kansas City) with his eighth strike, the decider in D.C. United's 1-0 win at Kansas City. Toronto won its first road game of the season, over hapless Real Salt Lake, ... Read the whole story
Japan and Nigeria became the first teams to clinch berths in the round of 16 of the Under-20 World Cup when they both won their second straight Group F games with wins over Costa Rica (1-0) and Scotland (2-0 on a pair of goals by captain Ezekiel Bala), respectively, on ... Read the whole story
Thursday's Portugal-Mexico game on ESPNU and Galavision shapes up as one of the best first-round games at the Under-20 World Cup. For the complete Under-20 World Cup schedule ... < Read the whole story
[REGION III FINALS] The Dallas Texans once again dominated the US Youth Soccer Region III Championships. Last year, they captured six regional titles. This year, four Texan teams went home with trophies. The U-19 Texans boys are defending national champions in their age group. The three girls champions are the ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"We like for the continent's most important competition to be respected with the best players. [The USA] opted to send a team with some players who aren't their regulars. That doesn't please us." -- Eduardo Deluca, the general secretary of the South American confederation [CONMEBOL] on the USA sending a "B" team to the Copa America, where the USA lost its first two games while being outscored 7-2. Deluca said CONMEBOL does hope for hopes for continued U.S. participation in the tournament. (AP) ...More


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