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Home >Soccer America Daily > Monday, Sept. 10, 2007
Rarely does a losing team believe the scoreline did it justice, but after the U.S. fell to Brazil, 4-2, at Soldier Field in Chicago, a case could be made that the Americans deserved better. Read the whole story
Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney grades the U.S. players' performance in their 4-2 loss to Brazil on Sunday. Read the whole story
[THE FAVORITES] Soccer America continues its examination of the favorites with a look at the USA, which heads into the 2007 Women's World Cup as the odds-on favorite. After all, they are undefeated in their last 47 games and have yet to lose under their rigorous coach, Greg Ryan. The ... Read the whole story
[MLS WRAP] Chicago boosted its playoff chances with a win in Columbus. Denilson scored his first MLS goal in FC Dallas' 2-0 win over woeful Toronto, whose league record scoreless run hit the 732-minute mark. Nate Jaqua hit a hat trick for Houston in its 4-3 win over Real Salt ... Read the whole story
Steve McClaren's patch-work England squad captured its must-win showdown with Israel. Strikers Ruud van Nistelrooy and Miroslav Klose came up big for the Netherlands and Germany, respectively. Keeper Ricardo's blunder cost Portugal two points. The Italy-France game in Milan was marred by an ugly display by San Siro fans. Read the whole story
Germany, Croatia and Romania were the only group leaders to win their Euro 2008 qualifiers on Saturday. France and Poland stayed on top in their groups thanks to ties on the road. Sweden's 0-0 tie at home with Denmark was enough to keep it in first place in Group F. ... Read the whole story
[AWARDS] Nigeria won its third U-17 World Cup title by prevailing on penalty kicks after a scoreless tie with Spain. The Nigerians also lifted the title in 1985 and 1999, matching Brazil's three titles. Germany, which had eliminated the USA in the round of 16, took third place with a ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD]. Santos Laguna thumped Club America, 4-0, to remain the only unbeaten team after seven game days in the Apertura 07. Santos' U.S. product Edgar Castillo went the full 90 for the seventh straight game. Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"We were pleased with our performance but not satisfied with the result. We are continuing to make progress as a team, and I felt like over 90 minutes we did a much more solid job tonight." -- U.S. coach Bob Bradley after a 4-2 friendly loss to Brazil extended his team's losing streak to five games. ...More

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