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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Sept. 5, 2008
On Thursday evening, the U.S. national team arrived at the Hotel Melia Cohiba, two blocks from Havana's charming Malecon, the four-mile waterfront walkway. Before heading for the team dinner, Coach Bob Bradley discussed the significance of Saturday's Cuba-USA game (TV: ESPN Classic & Galavision, 8 pm ET). "I don't think ... Read the whole story
Mike Woitalla reports from HavanaWalking down one of Havana's longest streets, the Calle Infanta, I'm approached by man in a worn-out striped polo shirt who asks where I'm from. After I answer he says, in a friendly way, "You must come with me." We walk past one of the street ... Read the whole story
There are 32 MLS players representing 12 clubs (all but Kansas City and San Jose) and playing for 15 national teams in World Cup 2010 qualifying during the double FIFA international fixture dates. Toronto FC will lose the most players for weekend league play -- nine players! Read the whole story
Soccer America Executive Editor Mike Woitalla is in Havana to cover Saturday's Cuba-USA World Cup qualifier (kickoff: 8 pm ET). Special editions of Soccer America Daily will appear on Saturday and Sunday with coverage before and after the game. Read the whole story
[MLS] Colorado and FC Dallas, two of the three Western Conference teams to shake up their organizations with coaching changes this season, are just noses apart in the race to reach the playoffs after Thursday night's 1-0 Rapids victory at Pizza Hut Park. Read the whole story
The first double date in World Cup 2010 qualifying begins Friday with the first three of 62 matches to be played over the weekend. Saturday's Cuba-USA game is one of 14 games to be televised on cable or pay-per-view. The weekend schedule includes Day 2 of the Concacaf semifinal round ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"It's win or win." -- Cuba forward Jaime Colome on what his team must do Saturday when it faces the USA in World Cup 2010 qualifying. A second loss in two games at home would all but knock the Cubans out of contention. (AP) ...More


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