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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2009
[USA-MEXICO] Where the 2006 World Cup qualifying campaign effectively ended, the serious push for 2010 begins. And since then, much has changed. The Hexagonal campaign for the U.S. and Mexico commences Wednesday (7 p.m. ET, ESPN2 & Univision) at Columbus Crew Stadium, with both teams expected, once again, to top ... Read the whole story
[USA-MEXICO] For key stats on Wednesday's Hexagonal opener ... Read the whole story
[USA-MEXICO] For a sampling of Mexican headlines, which include a (not so) startling revelation by the Mexican national team psychologist, on the clash in Columbus ... Read the whole story
[NETHERLANDS-USA] For those looking to make it a late lunch on the East Coast (or early lunch on the West Coast) and watch the Netherlands-USA game, here is a list of soccer viewing establishments across the country where you might be able to catch the game. Read the whole story
[TELEVISION] The USA-Mexico game in Columbus isn't the only game on television on Wednesday. You could spend 16 straight hours watching all kinds of soccer action -- qualifiers from Asia, a repeat of the 2005 USA-Mexico game in Columbus, the France-Argentina friendly and the opening game of American Michael Orozco's ... Read the whole story
[REF WATCH] When soccer's rule-making body meets later this month, it will consider penalty-box time for yellow-card offenses, a fourth sub during overtime, and extended halftimes (because it can take so long to walk to the locker room!). Read the whole story
[BRAZIL-ITALY] Reports of Brazil's demise are premature. The five-time World Cup champions got a much-needed confidence builder as they beat Italy, 2-0, in Tuesday in an international friendly at Arsenal's Emirates Stadium. The star of the show was Robinho with a brilliant individual goal and an assist on Manchester City ... Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] Officials from Brazilian club Vitoria, following crowd trouble that that resulted in numerous injuries, blamed it on a high-heel wearing woman. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"Every game is difficult and it's going to be a very tough group. It's a key match, for sure, but it's not a final and there are other vital games ahead. We've got nine other matches and every one of them is crucial to our hopes. If things don't work out for us in one match, then there's no need to worry, as long as we pick up as many points as possible in the other games." -- Mexico captain Pavel Pardo on tomorrow's Hexagonal opener against the USA. The top three teams from the six-team final round group qualifiy ...More


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