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Home >Soccer America Daily > Saturday, June 12, 2010
[USA-ENGLAND COUNTDOWN] During the Confederations Cup in South Africa last year, Coach Bob Bradley cited the experience of playing in cities and stadiums to be utilized during the World Cup as an important cog in the team’s preparation. He gave up a bit more information about his lineup than normal ... Read the whole story
[PORTRAIT] He might be the biggest U.S. flop at the World Cup, he might light up the American attack, he might play only a few minutes. Whatever comes his way at the 2010 World Cup, whatever emotional vortexes engulf him, Robbie Findley is unlikely to lose his way. His single-minded ... Read the whole story
[GROUP A] Of the six African teams at the World Cup, South Africa is the least Europeanized, but the Bafana Bafana's local stars were a match for highly rated Mexico. As for France-Uruguay, who really believed it wouldn't end 0-0? Read the whole story
[WEB VIDEO WATCH] Although the domestic television coverage of the 2010 World Cup is the most indepth American audiences have seen, for some diehard fans it simply isn't enough. If you're looking for even more coverage of the boys in stars and stripes in South Africa, head over to ussoccer.com ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Oliver Luck, who was largely responsible for making the Houston Dynamo one of MLS's strongest teams, is leaving to return to his alma mater, West Virginia University, as its athletic director. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"I'm excited. I have my money -- although I am English, you know, I have to suffer with England -- my money is on America to beat them on Saturday. I think … a good bet, a good bet. You can get decent odds in England on this, because the English are very confident. But the Americans are a very good team, very hard to beat. So, it'll probably end up a tie, I would think. Or what we call, 'a draw.'"-- English comedian/actor/author Eric Idle of Monty Python fame. (AP) ...More

World Cup 2010 in brief

[SCOREBOARD] The 2010 World Cup finished with an average of 2.27 goals a game, the second lowest in history. Spain's eight goals in seven games were the fewest of any team to win the World Cup. For all the World Cup results and leading scorers ... ...More



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