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Soccer America Daily Editions for July 2009
Soccer America Daily - Sunday, Jul 19, 2009 
USA rallies to beat Panama by Paul Kennedy
Soccer America Daily - Friday, Jul 17, 2009 
What They're Saying by Soccer America
Galaxy shines against Bulls [VIDEO] by Paul Kennedy
Young Americans face familiar foes by Paul Kennedy
Tour stop canceled after bomb blast at team hotel by Paul Kennedy
East meets, and hosts, West in week 18 by Ridge Mahoney
Jay Berhalter leaves COO post for Kentaro by Paul Kennedy
Inter-America kicks off World Football Challenge by Soccer America
Smith makes debut for Croatian team by Paul Kennedy
What do we get for a good season? by Soccer America
New York gets midfielder from sister team by Soccer America
Carmel takes second national title by Soccer America
Wild night in New Jersey by Paul Kennedy
Soccer America Daily - Thursday, Jul 16, 2009 
The commitment issue [VIDEO] by Paul Kennedy
What They're Saying by Soccer America
Matt Lauer, Beckham and 'Langdon' [VIDEO] by Soccer America
First stop on comeback tour by Ridge Mahoney
Blanco slays luckless Revs by Paul Kennedy
Perfect conditions found in Ireland by Paul Kennedy
Like father, like son by Soccer America
Soccer America Daily - Wednesday, Jul 15, 2009 
U.S. team loses five players by Paul Kennedy
What They're Saying by Soccer America
Blanco replaces DeRo on all-stars by Soccer America
Carlos Ruiz moves to Mexico by Paul Kennedy
Murphy manages powerless Livingston by Soccer America
Big weeks for Sanchez and Watson by Soccer America
Soccer America Daily - Tuesday, Jul 14, 2009 
Beckham and Donovan make peace by Paul Kennedy
What They're Saying by Soccer America
Schelotto leads in all-star voting by Paul Kennedy
Krupnik joins Red Bulls from Israel by Paul Kennedy
U.S. internationals on the move abroad by Soccer America
International soccer returns to Baghdad by Soccer America
Soccer America Daily - Monday, Jul 13, 2009 
How USA survived Haiti scare by Ridge Mahoney
Holden the hero in U.S. rally by Ridge Mahoney
What They're Saying by Soccer America
Haiti and Panama claim last spots by Soccer America
Aguirre suspended for three matches for 'aberration' by Paul Kennedy
Galaxy rules the Depot [VIDEO] by Soccer America
MLS Results by Soccer America
Altidore headed to Greece by Soccer America
Davies moves to France by Soccer America
Punchless Islanders remain in first place by Paul Kennedy
Cristiane's hat trick is a first by Paul Kennedy
Soccer America Daily - Sunday, Jul 12, 2009 
Holden rescues USA by Paul Kennedy
Soccer America Daily - Friday, Jul 10, 2009 
What They're Saying by Soccer America
Gold Cup disgrace by Paul Kennedy
USA '09 on television by Soccer America
Conference foes tangle head-to-head by Ridge Mahoney
Obama: 'We will not lose a 2-0 lead again' by Paul Kennedy
Kicking & Screening debuts in Manhattan [VIDEO] by Paul Kennedy
Soccer America Daily - Thursday, Jul 09, 2009 
An emotional night for Quaranta by Ridge Mahoney
What They're Saying by Soccer America
Feilhaber excels off the bench by Ridge Mahoney
Bradley likes second-half response by Soccer America
Islanders lead Haiti past Grenada by Paul Kennedy
USA '09 on television by Soccer America
Sol sinks for first time in 12 games by Paul Kennedy
Soccer America Daily - Wednesday, Jul 08, 2009 
What They're Saying by Soccer America
Patience pays off for Gooch by Paul Kennedy
Traditional intensity is likely by Ridge Mahoney
Canada rolls on by Paul Kennedy
USA '09 on television by Soccer America
MLS teams fill three of four semifinal spots by Ridge Mahoney
Kraft joins board of directors by Paul Kennedy
ESPN gains soccer foothold in England by Paul Kennedy
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