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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, June 9, 2009
[CONFEDERATIONS CUP] Italy arrived in South Africa and immediately got down to work preparing for Monday's opener against USA at the Confederations Cup in Pretoria. The defending World Cup champion's squad is a mixture of veterans -- including 12 2006 World Cup champions -- and young players -- notably American-born ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Coping with international absences last week tested the depth of numerous MLS teams, and of those that passed the tests there was at least one major surprise. Despite being deprived of important players, Houston (Ricardo Clark, Brian Ching) and Chivas USA (Sacha Kljestan, Jonathan Bornstein) both won, by narrow ... Read the whole story
[MLS BY THE NUMBERS] With last weekend's 4-0 loss at New England, the New York Red Bulls tied the league record for consecutive road games without a win at 19, their 0-13-6 road record dating back to May 2008. This season, the Bulls are scoreless and 0-6-1 on the road. ... Read the whole story
[MLS BY THE NUMBERS] Columbus' Argentine striker Guillermo Barros Schelotto took a share of the league scoring lead with his pair of strikes last weekend to down Kansas City. He is the only foreigner in the top seven. Houston's Brad Davis leads the league in assists. Read the whole story
[JAMAICA] Less than a month before the start of the Gold Cup, former England star John Barnes quit as Jamaica's national team coach. Minutes after the Reggae Boyz's 3-2 win over Panama on Sunday night in Kingston, Barnes announced that he was leaving to become manager of English third division ... Read the whole story

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"I didn't sleep last night. I'm not going to sleep probably tonight, and I expect them to be thinking long and hard about it." -- Kansas City Wizards coach Curt Onalfo the day after his team fell, 2-0, at home to the Columbus Crew. (Kansas City Star) ...More

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