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Home > Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, June 23, 2009
[MLS] "After a week off to complete its obligations in the Nutrilite Canadian Championship, Toronto FC resumes its MLS schedule Wednesday against New York at BMO Field." That bland, generic followup to last week's match at Stade Saputo in Montreal would have sufficed, except that TFC didn't go gentle into ... Read the whole story
[CONFEDERATIONS CUP] When the USA faces Spain in the semifinals (Wednesday, 2:30 pm ET, Univision & ESPN) it will try to end the European champion's international record of 15-consecutive wins. Spain will aim to surpass Brazil's record 35-game unbeaten streak. Read the whole story
[MLS PROFILE] Justin Braun is a second-year forward with Chivas USA who bolstered the injury-plagued frontline of the West's second-place team. Braun's unusual route to MLS took him from an amateur men's team in Utah to a chance discovery by Chivas USA coach Preki at a USASA tournament at the ... Read the whole story
[GOLD CUP] The USA has named a preliminary 30-man roster for the Gold Cup from which Coach Bob Bradley will pick 23 players for the July 3-26 tournament. Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] Peruvian club Universitario was robbed of 90 pairs of cleats and 50 shorts, which were stolen from its locker room at the Lima's Monumental stadium. Read the whole story


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