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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Oct. 11, 2007
Goalkeeper Hope Solo, who was kicked off the U.S. team during the Women's World Cup, has been invited back by Coach Greg Ryan for the team's three-game series with Mexico, which kicks off Saturday in St. Louis. After being benched for the USA's semifinal against Brazil and replaced by Briana ... Read the whole story
Edgar Castillo is still eligible to represent the USA because his appearance for Mexico in an August friendly against Colombia wasn't official FIFA competition. But Castillo, who starts at left back for Santos, the Mexican league's top team this season, is back in camp with the Mexican national team, which ... Read the whole story
[MLS TV PREVIEW] These Western Conference foes haven't played since the Fourth of July, when a 2-0 Dallas victory over Chivas USA at Pizza Hut Park reversed a loss by the same score in late May at Home Depot Center. Since that last meeting, Brazilians Denilson and Ricardinho have relocated ... Read the whole story
Fiji's soccer federation says it will seek to take the New Zealand government to court over its refusal to grant a visit to starting goalie Simione Tamanisau for Saturday's World Cup qualifier, the opening game of the final round of qualifying in what is also the OFC Nations Cup final ... Read the whole story
During a Cameroon First Division game, Bamboutos FC's coach calls Federal SC captain Nkoun a Rim to the sideline for a chat late in the second half after Federal tied the game, 2-2. Shortly afterward, Bamboutos captain Koss Roger hits the floor and acts injured. In full view of the ... Read the whole story
Brazil, which has taken to playing its friendly games abroad, will play its first home game in more than two years when it faces Ecuador in World Cup qualifying on Wednesday. Its last home game was 3-0 win over Venezuela Oct. 12, 2005 in qualifying for the 2006 World Cup. ... Read the whole story


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"I won't mince my words. I lambasted them after the game. I wasn't happy with the effort. I'll tell you what, even if you don't play well you have to give 100 percent."-- Toronto coach Mo Johnston gets really, really upset after his team's league-leading 16th loss of the season last weekend. (The Globe & Mail) ...More


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