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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2007
[VIDEO] The U.S. Soccer Development Academy's Fall Showcase Weekend wrapped up on Monday at The Home Depot Center, where the U.S. U-17s '90/91 team defeated the U-18 Richmond Kickers, 1-0, and the U.S. U-17 '92 team beat the Kickers' U-16s, 7-0. Jack McInerney led the '92 team with a hat ... Read the whole story
[ROSTER] Coach Thomas Rongen will be taking the U.S. under-18 national team to France Oct. 27-Nov. 4 as preparations begin to build a team for 2009 Under-20 World Cup qualifying. While the nucleus of the team consists of players who competed at the recent Under-17 World Cup in South Korea, ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO] Midfielder Joel Griffiths of Australian club Newcastle United Jets escaped with a yellow card for striking a linesman in a manner that one TV commentator described with "He's clocked him one in the jewels" and another called a "short jab in the nether regions." Read the whole story
Galaxy midfielder Cobi Jones isn't the only MLS original reconsidering his announcement to retire. Chris Armas, a former teammate of Jones in Los Angeles, has played the last 10 seasons with Chicago and might try to squeeze out one more. Maybe. Read the whole story
The United Arab Emirates gained revenge for its loss to Vietnam in the quarterfinals of this summer's Asian Cup with a 1-0 win on the road Monday in the first leg of their first-round World Cup 2010 qualifying series, the first step in Asian qualifying for the South Africa finals. ... Read the whole story
Less than six months after quitting as Bulgaria's national team coach to charge of Spanish club Celta, Hristo Stoitchkov has left the Vigo club. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"Personally, I'm not ashamed because I see how in a short time they have made very good progress, because I have taken them away from their women, from their wives. We went to the [training] base, because women in soccer are a scourge. They do not understand that men need to work, that they have a hard job to do." -- Dynamo Kiev coach Josef Sabo, upon being asked by a female reporter if his team's poor early-season performances as defending champion were shameful. (Reuters) ...More


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