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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2007
You have to go back more than 30 years to find when the USA lost at least six international matches in a row, but Bob Bradley's Americans will match that mark if they lose on Wednesday to Switzerland at Basel's St. Jakob Park (TV: Fox Soccer Channel, 2:30 pm ET; ... Read the whole story
Euro '08 qualifying continues Wednesday with several teams in line to clinch berths in next year's finals. Russia-England, Georgia-Scotland, Greece-Turkey and Germany-Czech Republic highlight some of the big games available on U.S. TV. For the complete schedule and television listings ... Read the whole story
First it was Juan Roman Riquelme with two goals on free kicks Saturday against Chile, then it was Lionel Messi who added to Argentina's collection of golazos, scoring a superb goal to help the visiting Argentines beat Venezuela, 2-0, in a World Cup 2010 qualifier on Tuesday. Read the whole story
Chivas USA got a goal from U.S. U-18 callup Mario Ledezma in its 4-0 win over the San Diego Surf in their Development Academy U-18 match on Saturday. Riley Sumpter scored a hat trick in the Concorde Fire's 8-0 win at Birmingham United. For all the weekend U-18 results, goal scorers ... Read the whole story
Austin Savage scored a hat trick in the second half as Bridge FA pulled away from the Richmond Kickers, 5-2, in Development Academy U-16 action. Kendall Soccer Coalition earned South Florida bragging rights with a 3-0 win over the Schulz Academy. For all the weekend U-16 results, goal scorers and lineups ... Read the whole story
New York City's King took over first place in the NSCAA/adidas High School Fall Boys Fall. DeSmet, last week's No. 1, fell for the first time this season when it lost to St. Louis rival CBC, 3-2. For the complete Top 25 ... Read the whole story
Acton-Boxborough Regional (Mass.) is the No. 1 team in the NSCAA/adidas Girls National Rankings. Last week's No. 1, Cincinnati's Sycamore, dropped its first match of the season when it lost to Mason, 2-1, last Tuesday. For the complete Top 25 ... Read the whole story


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"Rui Costa is a legend and you are not going to just come in and play in front of him. The European lifestyle and the European way of soccer is different from in America. One day you can be loved, and the next day you are not loved. That's how it is with the fans, the media, with coaches - they don't like something they see and they put you in the second team. That's just the way it is." -- DaMarcus Beasley on U.S. teammate Freddy Adu, who has played only 64 minutes since joining Portuguese club Benfica in ...More


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