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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, June 1, 2010
[USA 23] The U.S. national team arrived at its World Cup home for at least the next three weeks on Monday following a 17-hour flight from Washington and Johannesburg via Dakar. The security was tight but the welcome warm. WORLD CUP COUNTDOWN: England: Capello makes final cuts Italy: Giuseppe Rossi ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO] Have you jumped on the Jose Francisco Torres bandwagon? Want to catch him in action against Turkey? Here's every touch from Saturday's game on one highlight video courtesy of 723Football Films. Read the whole story
[MLS] In the penultimate weekend of play prior to the World Cup break, moments of drama and danger highlighted the action. Here are six things we learned from Week 10. Read the whole story
[MEXICO] Jonathan dos Santos won't be joining brother Giovani at the World Cup. The 19-year-old Barcelona midfielder was one of three players dropped to get Mexico's World Cup squad down to 23 players. Read the whole story
[CAMEROON] There's a reason no African team has won the World Cup. Meddling is commonplace, as evidenced by former Cameroonian star Roger Milla's claim that the Indomitable Lions' current star, Samuel Eto'o, has done nothing for the national team. Read the whole story
[DATEBOOK] Australia, which will face the USA Saturday in its final World Cup tuneup, meets Denmark Tuesday at Roodeport's Ruimsig Stadium, site of Saturday's game. Two other matches involving World Cup finalists are also on tap for Tuesday. For the schedule with viewing information ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] Postseason tours by foreign clubs generally draw more poorly than preseason tours. But even though they were missing many stars headed to the World Cup, clubs such as AC Milan, Juventus and Boca Juniors have drawn remarkably well, and Wednesday's game between AC Milan and the Montreal ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"They can fight, they can work hard, but I know England. They are at a higher level." -- Turkey coach Guus Hiddink on the USA after it beat his team, 2-1, on Saturday. (Telegraph)

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