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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, June 13, 2008
Two years ago began a changing of the guard for the U.S. men's national team, with the retirement of several veterans following a disappointing showing at the 2006 World Cup. On the eve of qualifying play for the 2010 tournament, not all of the questions that faced the national team ... Read the whole story
[CROATIA-GERMANY REPORT CARD] Croatia lived up to its dark-horse billing with a 2-1 win over Germany. Darijo Srna opened the scoring by stabbing home a cross from Ivan Rakitic. The Croatians struck again -- Ivica Olic on a close-range rebound after Rakitic's shot from the right wing deflected off Lukas ... Read the whole story
[AUSTRIA-POLAND REPORT CARD] Co-host Austria replied to a controversial goal with one of its own in stoppage-time to tie Poland, 1-1, and retain slim hopes of advancing to the quarterfinals. Substitute Ivica Vastic stepped to the penalty spot after Polish midfielder Mariusz Ledwandowski allegedly pulled down Sebastian Proedl as they ... Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST/EURO 2008] Striker David Villa suffered a hairline fracture in his finger while celebrating his first of three goals in Spain's 4-1 win over Russia on Tuesday. The injury won't keep Villa, who practiced with a bandage on the index finger of his right hand on Wednesday, out ... Read the whole story
The Revs have depth up front and in goal, and the Dynamo doesn't. New England extended its unbeaten regular-season run against the two-time defending champs to six games by winning, 2-0, at Robertson Stadium Thursday with goals by veteran Steve Ralston and rookie Kheli Dube, and a penalty-kick save by ... Read the whole story
[OLYMPIC COUNTDOWN] In perhaps the last major test before U.S. women's national team coach Pia Sundhage picks her squad for the 2008 Olympics. the U.S. women open play Sunday at the 2008 Peace Queen Cup in Suwon, South Korea. Read the whole story
Toronto FC, undefeated at home this season, hosts Colorado. ...D.C. United, on a three-game undefeated streak that came after a four-game losing run, hosts New York. ... In its first home game in two months, Kansas City hosts Columbus. ... San Jose plays in Oakland to accommodate for the large ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"It's clear looking back at the match that we deserved to lose because as a team we were unable to be precise enough and fast enough to really pose problems for Croatia." -- Germany coach Joachim Loew after his team was beaten, 2-1, by Croatia at the European Championship. (AFP) ...More


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