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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, June 24, 2010
[USA-ALGERIA ANALYSIS] Misfortune, fatigue and pressure grew as the minutes dwindled, but on the field at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria the legs kept moving, the heads stayed upright, and the faces stayed focused. As an icy dread took hold of American fans in attendance and those watching back ... Read the whole story
[MY VIEW] If you said the USA would go down against England in the fourth minute, fall two goals behind Slovenia in the first half and wait until stoppage time of the Algeria game to get the goal that would put it into the second round, would anyone have believed ... Read the whole story
[REACTION] The emotion of the USA's late win over Algeria left goalscorer Landon Donovan in tears at the postgame press conference. Read the whole story
[REACTION] For U.S. national team coach Bob Bradley and his players, one of the most rewarding aspects of their game against Algeria was the huge support of U.S. fans at Loftus Versfeld Stadium. For what they had to say about the game ... Read the whole story
[GROUP D] The USA will face Ghana in the second round of the World Cup Saturday in Rustenburg (TV: ABC/Univision, live, 2:30 p.m. ET). Germany won Group D ahead of Ghana with its 1-0 win over the Black Stars. Here's what we liked and didn't like from Wednesday's Group D ... Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP VIEWING] Soccer America's list of soccer viewing establishments where you might be able to catch the World Cup games now numbers in the hundreds. Please be sure to check for opening times. Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"The reason this game was the most important in our history was because at home people were tuned in a way they've never been tuned in. Was the Colombia game in '94 very important? Sure. Was the (World Cup qualifying) game in '89? Yes. But in '89, the 30 of us and a few thousand knew. This is different. Everyone knows what’s going on. ... I don't think we’re going to convert the American population overnight, but anybody that watched today's game and can't get excited about it, we're not gonna win them over, I accept that. But I think ...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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