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Home >Soccer America Daily > Monday, July 6, 2009
[USA-GRENADA] In beating Grenada, 4-0, in its Gold Cup opener Saturday, the USA showed just how simple the game can be. Read the whole story
[USA-GRENADA REPORT CARD] Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney grades the U.S. players and comments on their performance in their 4-0 win over Grenada at the Gold Cup ... Read the whole story
[GOLD CUP] Mexico's problems continued as it struggled to put away Nicaragua, playing for the first time at the Gold Cup, and lost young star Carlos Vela with an injury 10 minutes into the game in Oakland, Calif. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Charlie Davies appears to headed to French club Sochaux if it can reach an agreement with the young U.S. striker's Swedish club, Hammarby. Read the whole story
[MLS NAMES & NUMBERS] The visiting Chicago Fire moved into a tie with D.C. United thanks to a 2-1 win at the Colorado Rapids before a record crowd of 19,680 at Dick's Sporting Goods Park. Read the whole story
[WPS] There's no stopping Los Angeles. Marta's goal in stoppage time, her league-leading ninth of the season, gave the Sol a 1-0 win at Washington. Los Angeles maintained its 17-point lead over St. Louis, a 1-0 winner at last-place FC Gold Pride. The third holiday weekend game also ended 1-0. ... Read the whole story
[USL-1] Dan Antoniuk's goal in the 68th minute gave Charleston a 1-0 win Sunday at Montreal that moved the Battery into first place in the USL First Division ahead of idle Puerto Rico. For all the USL-1 results and goal scorers ... Read the whole story
Robert Louis-Dreyfus, one of the most influential businessmen in European soccer over the last 20 years, died Saturday of leukemia at the age of 63. The French-born Swiss billionaire, cousin of American actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus and a graduate of Harvard's business school, was president of French club Marseille. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"It's very difficult right now with a world crisis in the economy." -- Mexico national team coach Javier Aguirre explaining the less-than-capacity crowd of Tri supporters at Oakland Coliseum on Sunday for the Tri's lackluster 2-0 win over Nicaragua. (San Jose Mercury News) ...More


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