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Home > Soccer America Daily > Friday, Feb. 13, 2009
There's no shortage of explanations as to why Mexico can't beat the United States national team in the USA, but two former internationals have very interesting perspectives, and one former U.S. coach refuses to call it dominance, per se. Read the whole story
[USA-MEXICO] After the USA's 2-0 win over Mexico on Wednesday, U.S. defender Frankie Hejduk was slapped by  Mexico assistant coach Paco Ramirez, but Hejduk said he believes the hit was the result of a "misunderstanding." Read the whole story
[TELEVISION] Wednesday's USA-Mexico broadcast on Univision was seen by 10.7 million viewers, making it the most watched sporting event in the history of Spanish-language television. The average audience of 5.9 million made it the most-watched sporting event for the season to date on Spanish-language television and the average audience of ... Read the whole story
[U.S. SOCCER] Two older, larger stadiums and a smaller, newer facility will host the final three U.S. home matches in the Hexagonal. Read the whole story
[MLS] With five weeks to go before its MLS debut against New York, Seattle has traded one of the players it claimed in the expansion draft to the Red Bulls. Read the whole story
[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Late February isn't the time to be opening the soccer season in Montreal, but the USL-1's Impact has already sold 35,000 tickets for its biggest game ever, the first leg of the Concacaf Champions League quarterfinal series against Mexican club Santos. Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"There's total support for Eriksson because we have a commitment with him to get to South Africa and we are going to be there. We fully stand behind Eriksson because our objective is to reach the World Cup. And we will be at the World Cup. There are 30 points at stake and we missed out on the first three."-- Following Mexico's 2-0 loss to the USA on Wednesday, Mexico coach Sven-Goran Eriksson gets Mexican federation President Justino Compean's vote of confidence despite running a team with one win in its last seven games. (Reuters) ...More

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