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Home > Soccer America Daily > Thursday, May 27, 2010
[USA 23] In perusing comments and reaction to the 23-man World Cup squad chosen by Bob Bradley and announced Tuesday, I'm struck by how much hand-wringing and teeth-gnashing is aimed at how so-and-so can’t possibly stand up to Wayne Rooney, Aaron Lennon, John Terry, Frank Lampard, etc. Read the whole story
[USA 23] U.S. national team coach Bob Bradley and his staff met late into the night following Tuesday's friendly against the Czech Republic to finalize his 23-player roster for the World Cup. The big surprise was the selection of Robbie Findley, who had not yet played in Tuesday's game. He ... Read the whole story
[USA 23] Following the U.S. roster announcement, Coach Bob Bradley talked expansively about the 23 players who'll be on the plane South Africa on Sunday, those who headed home and his plans for Saturday's game against Turkey ... Read the whole story
[USA 23] The South Africa-bound U.S. squad is dominated by foreign-based players, but the majority have spent time in MLS. More than two-thirds played college ball, but most of them left school early to go pro. For U.S. World Cup team facts and figures ... Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP COUNTDOWN] Who needs Wesley Sneijder, Arjen Robben and Mark van Bommel when you have Robin van Persie? In his first international match in six months, the Arsenal striker scored two first-half goals and gave the Netherlands a deserved 2-1 win over Mexico. France's warmup campaign began on a ... 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
[TV WATCH] With America's interest in the World Cup at an all-time high, ESPN2 is taking full advantage by broadcasting complete live coverage of the Kick-Off Celebration Concert a day before the tournament begins. The event takes place at the 30,000-seat Orlando Stadium in Soweto, Johannesburg June 10 (2 pm ... Read the whole story
[U.S. OPEN CUP] New York may be struggling in league play, but the U.S. Open Cup is a different story. Read the whole story


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"Whenever you're in this situation, you’ll always get to the end and you'll have in some cases three or four names for one or two spots. When you get to that point you go through it all different ways, there’s always total respect towards what everybody has put into it."-- U.S. coach Bob Bradley on paring the roster down to the 23 men who will travel to South Africa. ...More


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