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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, July 24, 2009
[GOLD CUP] The USA advanced to its third straight Gold Cup final with its third win over Honduras in the last two months, a 2-0 victory in Thursday's semifinals thanks to goals by Clarence Goodson and Kenny Cooper at the end of each half, both set up by Stuart Holden. ... Read the whole story
[USA-HONDURAS REPORT CARD] Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney grades the U.S. players and comments on their performance in their 2-0 semifinal win over Honduras in the Gold Cup ... Read the whole story
[GOLD CUP] Mexico survived the disappointment of conceding the tying goal three minutes into stoppage time at the end of regulation to defeat Costa Rica in a shootout Thursday and move into Sunday's Gold Cup final against the USA, a repeat of the final won by the Americans two years ... Read the whole story
[MLS PREDICTIONS] TFC and the Crew continue their Trillium Cup tradition in Columbus, former MLS Cup opponents Houston and New England square off in Texas, and the Galaxy takes its four-game winning streak to Kansas City on a weekend that features two games on the ESPN family of networks as ... Read the whole story
[WPS] The Los Angeles Sol clinched the inaugural Women's Professional Soccer regular-season title in anticlimactic fashion. Its 0-0 tie at last-place FC Gold Pride gave it the title with two games to spare and a bye into the WPS Championship at the Home Depot Center on Aug. 22 (TV: Fox ... Read the whole story
[SOUTH AFRICA] Manchester City players, in Johannesburg on a preseason tour, met Nelson Mandela on his 91st birthday and presented him with a No. 91 jersey. Upon meeting the young-looking 25-year-old Brazilian star Robinho, Mandela said, "You are a baby! What are you doing here?" Read the whole story


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"It is not about whether I can move on, I wasn't the one booing, at the end of the day I play my game, whether I get booed or not doesn't matter to me. ... To be honest all I'm going to do is play my football, if it's not good enough for some people, as long as it's good enough for myself and the team nothing else matters." -- David Beckham continues endearing himself to Los Angeles Galaxy fans. (ESPNSoccerNet) ...More


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