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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Aug. 13, 2009
[MEXICO-USA] Losing to Mexico in Azteca Stadium again is a dreary repeat of past results, but more disquieting than the loss is a run of recurring errors. Read the whole story
[MEXICO-USA] Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney grades the U.S. players and analyzes their performances in their 2-1 loss to Mexico Wednesday at Azteca Stadium. Read the whole story
[ANALYSIS] The point the USA gained at El Salvador in March thanks a pair of very late goals looms bigger and bigger. The Hexagonal's big four -- Costa Rica, Honduras, the USA and Mexico in order of their current placements -- has held serve against each other at home. If ... Read the whole story
[U.S. REACTION] Members of the U.S. national team bemoaned the missed opportunity to take a point at Azteca and jeopardize Mexico's chances of qualifying for the 2010 World Cup. Here's what Charlie Davies, Landon Donovan, Michael Bradley, Carlos Bocanegra and Tim Howard had to say after the 2-1 loss in ... Read the whole story
[MEXICO REACTION] No one was more relieved that Mexico had beaten the USA than its coach, Javier Aguirre. For the second time in eight years, "El Vasco" had been called in to lead Mexico in a key qualifier against the USA and accomplished the task. His reaction? "We can have ... Read the whole story
[HEXAGONAL] Who needs David Suazo when you have Carlo Costly and Carlos Pavon? Suazo, arguably the best Concacaf striker playing in Europe, was again missing from the Honduras lineup for its match against Costa Rica Wednesday in San Pedro Sula, but Costly, El Gigantón, and the well-traveled Pavon (13 clubs ... Read the whole story
[EUROPE] Germany remained in first place, while France, Croatia and Slovenia all got wins they needed to remain to contention for a possible second-place finish that would earn them a playoff in European qualifying. Scotland, on the other hand, tumbled badly. Its 4-0 loss to Norway in Oslo was a ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"I think it was a tight game and a fair score. It's a tough loss, to have so many guys work so hard and then we give up a late goal." -- U.S. coach Bob Bradley on his team's 2-1 loss to Mexico. ...More


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