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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Dec. 23, 2009
[WORLD CUP 2010 COUNTDOWN] U.S. national team head coach Bob Bradley called up 30 players for training Jan. 4 at U.S. Soccer's National Training Center at The Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. The camp is the first of the year in preparation for the World Cup. Indicative of the ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Soccer America Player of the Year Teal Bunbury is among four players Major League Soccer signed to Generation adidas contracts. Besides Bunbury, Akron teammate Blair Gavin, former Rutgers midfielder Dilly Duka and U.S. under-17 striker Jack McInerney also signed with MLS. Read the whole story
[MLS] Details of the Portland MLS expansion team's plans for renovation of downtown PGE Park were unveiled on Monday. Work on the facility, which will seat 20,000, is expected to begin in January. Read the whole story
[INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY] Catalonia defeated Argentina, 4-2, in its traditional holiday international, which this year marked the debut of Dutch great Johan Cruyff as coach. Read the whole story
[ITALY] Mark Hughes fired at Manchester City on Saturday. Michael Oenning sacked at Nuremberg on Monday. Pasquale Marino shown the door at Udinese on Tuesday. Clubs in Europe's top leagues have no mercy, even during Christmas week. Udinese's move upped the number of Serie A teams to change coaches this ... Read the whole story

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"At home, we train hard and take soccer very seriously, but we have a lot of down time. As athletes, we can make a difference because we have the public's attention. It should be expected of us."   -- Red Bulls midfielder Seth Stammler, whose offseason has been spent in part on his Sporting Chance Foundation, which has raised $100,000 to provide educational opportunities and build water stations in Cité Plus, one of the poorest sections of the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince. (New York Times) ...More

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