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Home > Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, June 30, 2009
[MLS] To the rigors of travel and summer heat comes the biennial player drain known as the Concacaf Gold Cup. Numerous changes to the Gold Cup rosters altered yet again the options and choices for MLS coaches. Read the whole story
[CONFEDERATIONS CUP] U.S. midfielder Clint Dempsey, who scored against Egypt, Spain and Brazil, won the adidas Bronze Ball. The USA's Tim Howard was named the tournament's top keeper (adidas Gold Glove). For Confederations Cup 2009 award winners ... Read the whole story
[SUPERLIGA] Frequent playoff opponents New England and Chicago are set for a SuperLiga semifinal meeting following the conclusion of group play last weekend. Kenny Mansally's goal Sunday at Gillette Stadium carried the Revs to a 1-0 win over Altas, which hit the woodwork twice in the second half but finished ... Read the whole story
[U-21 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP] Germany, winner of the most recent U-17 and U-19 European titles, made it a triple by routing England, 4-0, in the U-21 final in Sweden. The Germans got a pair of goals from Bayern Munich's Sandro Wagner and one apiece from Werder Bremen's Mesut Ozil, the man ... Read the whole story
[REF WATCH] Veteran referee Halil Ibrahim Dincdag has sued the Turkish soccer federation after it did not renew his license because he is gay. "They thought I was an ant that they could crush, they thought I would run away and hide in a corner," Halil Ibrahim Dincdag said. "But ... Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"I would play for the United States. ... They have a lot of good players. I don't think I'd come in and be handed anything. But I'd like a chance to compete [for a starting spot]." -- Mexican-American left back Edgar Castillo, who is once again eligible to play for the USA after FIFA loosened restrictions on players switching national teams. Castillo, born and raised in New Mexico, played for Mexico's U-23 team and in friendlies for its full national team after the U.S. national team program showed no interest in his services. ( ...More

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