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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Feb. 12, 2009
[HEXAGONAL] Once again Mexico failed to scale its own psychological barrier, once again the Americans relied on their poise and experience to down their bitterest rival, and once again U.S. coach Bob Bradley proved that, at least some of the time, he knows what he's doing. Read the whole story
[USA-MEXICO REPORT CARD] Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney grades the U.S. players and comments on their performance in Wednesday's 2-0 victory over Mexico ... Read the whole story
[USA-MEXICO] U.S. coach final Bob Bradley and U.S. players Michael Bradley, Frankie Hekduk, Tim Howard, Carlos Bocanegra and Landon Donovan discuss the 2-0 win over Mexico. Read the whole story
[USA-MEXICO] El Tri's players may want to avoid reading the papers after their loss to the USA. ... Read the whole story
[HEXAGONAL] Costa Rico joined the USA in first place after Day 1 of the final round of qualifying in the Concacaf zone thanks to a 2-0 win over visiting Honduras. Trinidad & Tobago had to settle for a share of the points at El Salvador when the hosts came back ... Read the whole story
Wednesday was a big day on the international calendar. In Diego Maradona's second game at Argentina coach, he watched his team brush aside France, 2-0, on the road. Euro 2008 champion Spain beat England, 2-0, in a match that saw David Beckham get his 104th cap, equaling Bobby Moore's record ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Bluff or bluster, or plenty of both? By issuing a statement that AEG and Milan must reach a transfer agreement regarding David Beckham by Friday or MLS won't approve the deal, league Commissioner Don Garber has jumped into the fray with both feet and studs showing. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"My intentions to be here in this press conference is to ask for public forgiveness. I've already asked the same from my teammates, the coaching staff and the federation and now I want to apologize publicly to my fans, my country and the media for my conduct... I made an error and threw away all the hard work we had put in all week." -- Mexico captain Rafael Marquez, who was red-carded in the 65th minute of El Tri's 2-0 loss to the USA for kicking U.S. keeper Tim Howard. ...More


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