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Home >Soccer America Daily > Monday, June 7, 2010
[WORLD CUP COUNTDOWN] One of the great unknowns about the 2010 World Cup is just how many visitors will travel to South Africa. Donald Gips, the U.S. ambassador to South Africa, says it hard to guess how many Americans will attend the World Cup, but the best guess is "somewhere ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Major League Soccer's two-week break for the World Cup could not come at a worse time for its young guns, who have been on fire in recent weeks. Golazos from three Seattle Sounders were also among the six noteworthy elements of last weekend's action in Week 11 ... Read the whole story
[NETHERLANDS] The hamstring injury Dutch star Arjen Robben suffered Saturday late in its 6-1 win over Hungary is not as bad as first thought, and he'll be given time to recover and later join the Oranje in South Africa. Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] The 10 staff members of a Manchester pub have changed their names to Wayne Rooney, bringing the number of bartenders around England to have changed their names in support of the United star's World Cup campaign to more than 100. And the favorite name change for pub ... Read the whole story
[WPS] Amy Rodriguez scored one goal and set up another to lead the expansion Philadelphia Independence to a 2-1 win over Sky Blue FC on Sunday and move into a tie for second place with Washington behind leader FC Gold Pride. Read the whole story
[D-2 PRO LEAGUE] The Vancouver Whitecaps ended the expansion FC Tampa Bay Rowdies' seven-game unbeaten streak with a 1-0 win on Martin Nash's penalty kick in Sunday. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"FIFA and the OC (local organizing committee) would like to reiterate that this friendly match has no relation whatsoever with the operational organization of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, for which we remain fully confident." -- A statement from FIFA after a stampede outside a stadium before an exhibition game between Nigeria and North Korea in Tembisa, South Africa, left 15 people injured. The incident at took place at Makhulong Stadium in a Johannesburg suburb that is not a World Cup venue. (AP) ...More


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