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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2009
[2018/2002 WORLD CUP] The 2018/2022 World Cup bid process officially began on Monday, and one of the two World Cups is surely the USA's to lose. But there is no certainty in a much more sophisticated soccer world than the one that existed 21 years ago when the USA was ... Read the whole story
[2018/2022 WORLD CUP] Sunil Gulati's first act as chairman of the USA Bid Committee was to announce the hiring of David Downs, President of Univision Sports since 2001, as its executive director. Gulati also announced the other initial members of the bid committee: U.S. Soccer CEO Dan Flynn, MLS Commissioner ... Read the whole story
[HALL OF FAME] Coach Bruce Arena, widely considered the USA's most successful coach for his achievements at the college, MLS and international level, finished first in voting among 2009 National Soccer Hall of Fame "Builder" candidates but failed to reach the 50 percent threshold needed for induction. Also, no "Veteran ... Read the whole story
[USA-MEXICO COUNTDOWN] Mexico goes into the Feb. 11 World Cup qualifier against the USA in Columbus, Ohio without a win over the Americans on U.S. soil since 1999, and El Tri has won just one of its last six games, but midfielder Antonio Naelson "Sinha" is expressing confidence. Read the whole story
[MLS] Toronto FC posted a much better record in 2008 than it did in its expansion season, and judging by the enthusiasm of coaches and players, another quantum leap is not out of the question. Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] With his team stuck in the lower half of the English second division, Coach Nigel Clough decided that the inspirational quotes from famous athletes, politicians and philosophers that adorned the walls of the club's training facility weren't much help. He had them painted over and noted, "most ... Read the whole story


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"In the end we lost a bad third goal because of an individual error by the goalkeeper, but I'm not going to point the finger of blame at anyone for that."- Falkirk coach John Hughes' version of sparing keeper Dani Mallo of blame after a 3-0 loss to Glasgow Rangers. (Irish Times) ...More


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