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Home >Soccer America Daily > Monday, June 29, 2009
[CONFEDERATIONS CUP] There's no secret to gauging how much a victory, or loss, means to those who experience those results. Just look at the faces and the body language, and listen to the voices. Brazilians are used to winning cups and trophies and medals in soccer; there are myriad domestic ... Read the whole story
[BRAZIL-USA REPORT CARD] Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney grades the U.S. players and comments on their performance in their 3-2 loss to Brazil in the Confederations Cup final. ... Read the whole story
[BRAZIL-USA] For video highlights of the U.S. loss to Brazil in the Confederations Cup final ... Read the whole story
[CONFEDERATIONS CUP] European champion Spain and host South Africa served up a thriller in the third-place game, which the Spaniards won, 3-2, after a flurry of late goals. Read the whole story
[MLS WINNERS & LOSERS] The Seattle Sounders drew the biggest crowd of the 2009 season and did not disappoint their fans. Los Angeles beat the West's leader, but it was the same old story for the Red Bulls. ... Read the whole story
Thanks to its 3-0 over Colorado, Seattle joined Western Conference rivals Houston and Chivas USA as the top three teams in the overall MLS standings. For all the game summaries, standings, leading scorers and this week's schedule ... Read the whole story
[WPS] In a rare match with a 10 a.m. kickoff, the WPS leading Los Angeles Sol -- no surprise here -- routed the last-place Chicago Red Stars, 4-0, to move closer to clinching the first playoff berth in the playoffs. Read the whole story
[USL-1] The Puerto Rico Islanders split on their trip through the Carolinas, winning 2-1 at Carolina two days after they fell at Charleston, 1-0. Their win over the RailHawks was good enough to move them back into first place, one point ahead of the Battery. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"It's disappointing because we started the game really well and put them on their heels which most teams don't do against Brazil. Though they had some chances, we went into the half at 2-0 and felt good about it. Then, a series of good plays by them - maybe we fell a little bit asleep - and a good goal and they're right back in the game. So from that point on it was going to be tough. They put us under a lot of pressure and eventually they just wore us down." -- Landon Donovan, scorer of the USA's ...More


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