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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, May 25, 2010
[USA-CZECH REPUBLIC] The decisions faced by U.S. coach Bob Bradley to pick which 23 players will suit up for the friendly Tuesday against Czech Republic (8 p.m. ET, ESPN, Galavision) are shaped by players who are sure to be on the plane for South Africa as well as those likely ... Read the whole story
[ENGLAND] England looked the less polished but more efficient team Tuesday in beating Mexico, 3-1, at Wembley Stadium, with the word "patchy" cropping up in headlines and match reports. Read the whole story
[MEXICO] After giving up just one goal in eight friendlies before heading off to Europe to begin final preparations for the World Cup, Mexico finally faced a legitimate contender and conceded three goals to England with remarkable ease. The bad news is Coach Javier Aguirre has only a day to ... Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP WARMUPS] Japan coach Takeshi Okada offered to quit after the Blue Samurai lost at home to archrival South Korea. Argentina coach Diego Maradona was pleased, but Australia's Pim Verbeek was livid with two of his players. Meanwhile, Portugal's Carlos Queiroz was surprisingly low key after his team's 0-0 ... Read the whole story
[DATEBOOK] Host South Africa, which will play two Latin American teams (Mexico and Uruguay) at the World Cup, plays a key warmup when it hosts Colombia in Pretoria on Thursday. For all this week's games and television viewing information ... Read the whole story
[MLS] More bad news for the struggling Seattle Sounders. Colombian: Jhon Kennedy Hurtado, a finalist for the 2009 MLS Defender of the Year in his first season in the league, was placed on injured reserve due to a torn left anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). Read the whole story
[MLS] Major League Soccer clubs launched academy programs to foster the development of youth players. Now the league has started an academy ... for ticket salesmen. Read the whole story
[MLS ATTENDANCE] Three of the seven Week 9 games drew announced attendance of more than 20,000. Seattle again disappointed its large loyal following with a 1-0 loss -- one of the week's four games that featured only one goal. Houston drew its biggest crowd of the season and downed D.C. ... Read the whole story


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"It's just a big year for him. And I think that that includes a lot of things -- maturing as a person, growing in different ways and then carrying some of those things over onto the field. All these steps lead us to the idea that this World Cup comes at a wonderful time in his career."-- U.S. coach Bob Bradley on Landon Donovan. (USA Today) ...More


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