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Home >Soccer America Daily > Monday, July 27, 2009
[GOLD CUP] A sign of what was to come occurred in stoppage time of the first half, before a five-goal Mexican onslaught buried the USA in the Gold Cup final Sunday at Giants Stadium in front of a pro-Mexico crowd of 79,156. After a U.S. free kick, Mexico countered, and ... Read the whole story
[USA-MEXICO REPORT CARD] A horrid second half during which it conceded five goals left the U.S. team with marks ranging from poor to terrible in its 5-0 loss to Mexico in the Gold Cup final. Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney grades the U.S. players and comments on their performances. Read the whole story
[MLS NAMES & NUMBERS] Claudio Lopez scored a remarkable goal for Kansas City when David Beckham came to town. Seattle's Designated Player Freddie Ljungberg got himself sent off in a stalemate with Chicago. No surprise on how the Red Bulls fared. For last weekend's MLS highlights and lowlights ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] You have to go all the way to the late stages of group play at the 1994 World Cup to find a day when there were three soccer crowds in excess of 42,000 for games played in the United States on the same day as there were ... Read the whole story
[WORLD FOOTBALL CHALLENGE] Sunday was a big day for English club Chelsea. Captain John Terry confirmed he was staying at Chelsea, spurning an offer from Manchester City, and the Blues clinched the World Football Challenge with a 2-0 win over Mexico's Club America before 57,229 fans at Jerry World -- ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] While Mexico's national team was celebrating its Gold Cup title at Giants Stadium and Club America was playing Chelsea at the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium, Mexican clubs got down to business in the First Division's Torneo Apertura. Jose Francisco Torres, the lone Mexico-based American on the U.S. Confederations ... Read the whole story
[WPS] Allie Long scored what could prove to be one of the most important goals of the Women's Professional Soccer season when the former Penn State and North Carolina star scored in the 89th minute to give the Washington Freedom to a 3-2 win over the Chicago Red Stars that ... Read the whole story
[USL-1] There is a three-way at the top of the standings in the USL First Division. Charleston beat Carolina, 2-1, to join Portland and Puerto Rico in first place. The Timbers have two games in hand on Charleston and four on Puerto Rico. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"We support our players interacting with fans, whether it is at clinics, charity events or by high-fiving their supporters in the stands while celebrating a goal. However, our players should never engage in conduct that can be interpreted as encouraging fans to come out of the stands and onto the field, regardless of the reason." -- MLS Comissioner Don Garber on the league fining the Los Angeles Galaxy's David Beckham $1,000 for confronting a fan at halftime of his team's 2-2 tie against AC Milan in an exhibition game at the Home Depot Center on July 19. ...More


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