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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, July 10, 2009
[GOLD CUP] Chaos reigned Thursday night at Houston's Reliant Stadium, where Mexico's reputation suffered another blow. In a match Panama coach Gary Stempel called a "disgrace," Mexico coach Javier Aguirre and three players -- one Mexico and two Panamanian -- were ejected. Police needed to be called in to quell ... Read the whole story
[GOLD CUP] Group play at the Gold Cup concludes with games Friday-Sunday. Saturday's USA-Haiti at Gillette Stadium is -- rare for a doubleheader involving the host team -- the opening game of the Group B twinbill and available on Fox Soccer Channel and TeleFutura (kickoff: 7 pm ET). For the ... Read the whole story
[MLS PREDICTIONS] Of the six games in Week 17, only Toronto's visit to San Jose matches teams from different conferences as the battle for points intensifies. Read the whole story
[SOCCER & POLITICS] President Barack Obama has shown to be a keen observer of all sports. Wednesday's meeting with Brazil President Lula da Silva provided the opportunity for Obama to show off his soccer banter and both men to relive the recent Confederations Cup final between Brazil and the USA ... Read the whole story
[MOVIE WATCH] Soccer has a rich tradition in film, so it's only natural that a film festival has been dedicated to the Beautiful Game. Organized by Rachel Markus and Greg Lalas, the Kicking & Screening International Soccer Film Festival will take place at five locations in New York over five ... Read the whole story


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"I made a mistake. I spoke about something between the team publicly, and when David comes, I'm going to talk to him about it, man to man. The past year was hard for all of us, but I shouldn't speak publicly like that. I should and will talk to David." -- Landon Donovan, who was highly critical of Los Angeles Galaxy teammate David Beckham in the new book The Beckham Experiment, saying "he wasn't committed" last season when the Galaxy failed to make the playoffs for the third straight year. (goal.com) ...More


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