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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2008
A goalie, especially a young one, might be the worst player to ask about how a successful head coach manages and prepares a team. The tinkering of lineups and personnel and formations and tactics by Red Bulls coach Juan Carlos Osorio has attracted much notice and some disdain, but as ... Read the whole story
[USA-GUATEMALA] Guatemala will face the United States Wednesday at Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colo., with a new coach, Benjamin Monterroso, but without its longtime star, MLS veteran Carlos Ruiz. Read the whole story
[SPAIN] Real Madrid coach Bernd Schuster has been given a vote of confidence by the team's sporting director, Predrag Mijatovic, despite the team's recent shaky form. Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP 2010 QUALIFYING] Australia hopes to preserve its 100 percent record in the final group phase of Asian World Cup qualifying. In Group 2, unbeaten Saudi Arabia and South Korea face off in Riyadh. Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] Fans of Argentine second division club Chacarita, fearing they'd be late to their team's game against Talleres, hijacked a pair of a couple of buses and pointed knives at the drivers with instructions to drive faster. Read the whole story


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"A trick? I wouldn't say so. It's up to the referee to decide if it should be penalized, otherwise I don't see where the problem is ... Good taste is relative." -- Pietro Lo Monaco, chief executive of Italian Serie A club Catania, whose coach, the former MLS goalie and coach Walter Zenga, has been accused of using dirty tricks in having his players dropped their shorts to block the sight of the opposing goalie on free kicks. The Sicilian team carried out the maneuver to perfection Sunday when three players dropped their shorts practically to their knees so Torino ...More


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