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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, June 2, 2009
[WORLD CUP QUALIFYING] Coach Bob Bradley faces perhaps his most daunting problems since taking the job 36 games ago, because not much has gone right for the USA heading into its toughest two-match stretch of the Concacaf Hexagonal, after which it will have completed one-half of its schedule in this ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] Seventeen MLS players are on duty with their national teams in World Cup qualifying this week, representing eight countries, including the USA. Read the whole story
[MLS STATS] The expansion Seattle Sounders drew 29,126 fans to their game on Saturday against the Columbus Crew and lead the league in attendance, followed by Toronto FC and the Los Angeles Galaxy. Two teams are averaging less than 10,000 per game. Read the whole story
[EGYPT] Egypt, which will face the USA in its final group game at the Confederations Cup later this month, did not include its best-known player, Mido, in its preliminary 28-player squad for a pair of World Cup qualifiers and the Confederations Cup for what was described as "tactical reasons," but ... Read the whole story
[COLLEGE] James Riverso, the 28-year-old head coach of the Division II women's program LeMoyne, was arrested and placed on administrative leave after he was accused of sending text messages of a sexual nature to a 16-year-old player he was coaching on a youth team. Read the whole story
[FIFA] On the eve of the FIFA Congress in the Bahamas, the Concacaf Ordinary Congress was held Monday and re-elected Concacaf President Jack Warner and General Secretary Chuck Blazer without opposition to the FIFA Executive Committee for another four years. Read the whole story
[REF WATCH] Next season's Europa League, formerly the UEFA Cup, will be used to continue the refereeing experiment with five officials. In addition to the referee and two assistant referees on the sidelines, two extra assistants are placed behind the goal line to focus on incidents in the penalty area, ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"I would think it will be a domino effect - when one goes, one comes in." -- Bryan Gunn, manager of English club Norwich, not so familiar with dominoes. (BBC) ...More


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