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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Nov. 23, 2007
Mike Woitalla reporting from South Africa As U.S. Senator John Kerry leaves the lobby of his Cape Town hotel three days before the World Cup Preliminary Draw in Durban, he shakes a few hands and says he's in South Africa on "some business." The former presidential candidate adds, "I'll be ... Read the whole story
Steve McClaren pulled a Greg Ryan Wednesday night. But unlike the Ryan, who lasted 25 days as U.S. women's coach after his team's 4-0 loss to Brazil following his decision to switch goalies, McClaren lasted all of about 12 hours after England's shocking 3-2 loss to Croatia at Wembley before ... Read the whole story
England's national team and English soccer came under attack following England's 3-2 loss to Croatia that knocked it out of Euro '08. Overrated. Arrogant. Egotistical. Those were some the charges leveled. Read the whole story
Russia, the beneficiary of England's collapse on the final day of qualifying for the 2008 European Championship, returned home to a muted reception. Indeed, the small group of fans who greeted Dick Advocaat's players at Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport expressed their displeasure with their performance in a 1-0 win at tiny ... Read the whole story
Pots for the 2008 European Championship draw Dec. 2 in Lucerne, Switzerland, are set. How does a Netherlands-Italy-Germany-France group sound? Or Austria-Sweden-Romania-Poland? Both are possible. Read the whole story
Besides Russia, Portugal, Turkey and Sweden clinched berths at Euro '08 on the final day of qualifying. Read the whole story
Ridge Mahoney analyzes the expansion draft San Jose head coach Frank Yallop has assembled the first 10 pieces of the Earthquakes expansion puzzle, and he has some history with most of the players selected. Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP QUALIFYING] Paraguay is the surprise leader after four games in South America's World Cup 2010 qualifying competition ahead of Argentina, which lost for the first time on Tuesday, and Brazil, which was lucky to beat Uruguay at home. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"I'll still be available. Hopefully, I'll still be playing, and playing well enough to be in the England squad in 2010. But who knows? Everything can change, and I have seen that in the last 12 months." -- David Beckham, whose hopes of playing in Euro 2008 ended Wednesday when England was eliminated but who hopes to play in the 2010 World Cup. Beckham was at first discarded from the England team for Euro 2008, then recalled late in the campaign. With his appearance in England's 3-2 loss to Croatia, Beckham has 99 caps. ...More


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