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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, July 11, 2007
The U.S. under-20s have made only two changes in the starting lineup after opening with an unimpressive 1-1 tie with South Korea. It recovered in its next two games to hammer Poland, 6-1, and stun Brazil, 2-1. Coach Thomas Rongen has used 14 field players but has yet to summon ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO] The USA hopes to advance to the semifinals of the U-20 World Cup when it faces Uruguay Wednesday (7:45 p.m. ET, ESPNU, Galavision). For highlights of the first three U.S. U-20 World Cup games, click HERE for the the 1-1 tie with South Korea, HERE for the 6-1 win ... Read the whole story
Defending champion Brazil was spared being eliminated by Uruguay in the semifinals of the Copa America when Pablo Garcia missed his penalty kick with a chance to put the Celeste into the final. Instead, Brazil prevailed, 5-4, in the shootout after their game ended, 2-2. Read the whole story
Argentina and Mexico meet in a repeat of their classic 2006 World Cup showdown when they face off Wednesday in the semifinals of the Copa America. For the complete Copa America TV schedule ... Read the whole story
U.S. Soccer Federation President Sunil Gulati told Reuters that the USSF is set to hire a technical director next year and that it's likely the position will be filled by a Latin coach. "We will bring on a technical director to work with [national team coach] Bob [Bradley]," Gulati said. ... Read the whole story
[YOUTH CLUB PROFILE SERIES] FC Westchester, which was founded by Al Pastore in 1984, is among the first 31 clubs accepted to the U.S. Soccer Player Development Academy for its inaugural season this fall. Soccer America's Mike Woitalla profiles one of New York's most prestigious clubs. Read the whole story
We won't be seeing David Beckham in the U.S. Open Cup this year. The Richmond Kickers of the USL Second Division cleared room on the Los Angeles Galaxy's crowded summer-fall schedule, pulling off the biggest upset in their franchise history with a 1-0 win over the MLS club. The Charleston ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"It's going to be a circus, but it is fun when the circus comes to town." -- Los Angeles Galaxy president Alexi Lalas on the arrival of David Beckham, whom the Galaxy will present at a press conference at the Home Depot Center on Friday. (TIME) ...More


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