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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, July 9, 2010
[SPAIN-NETHERLANDS] For the eighth time, the World Cup final is an all-Euro showdown, and the 2010 edition will not only crown a first-time champion, it will also produce either the first team to win the title after losing its first group game (Spain), or a nation winning a final after ... Read the whole story
[SPAIN-NETHERLANDS] The story had repeated itself so many times. Spain goes to a World Cup and disappoints, often after promising starts, never reaching the final. What went wrong in the past and why is it looking good for the Spaniards in South Africa? Read the whole story
[REFEREES] Englishman Howard Webb will referee Sunday's World Cup 2010 final between Spain and the Netherlands in Johannesburg. Read the whole story
[MLS] The New England Revolution pulled off the biggest upset of the MLS season when it ended a three-game losing streak with a 2-0 win over Los Angeles. The loss was only the second of the season for the league-leading Galaxy, which was playing without World Cup star Landon Donovan, ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Chivas USA has signed forward Giancarlo Maldonado, who at the age of 28 is already Venezuela's all-time leading scorer, from Mexican First Division Atlante, where he has spent the last three seasons. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Charlie Davies played his first game in almost nine months when he played the entire game -- a 45-minute match -- for French club Sochaux against Swiss Super League club Neuchatel Xamax in the Swiss city of Alle. The game was a part of a three-team tournament in ... Read the whole story
[COLLEGE] Less than three months after being hired as the Tufts men's coach, Carl Junot has returned to Harvard as its new men's coach, replacing Jamie Clark, who stepped down last month to fill the vacancy at Creighton. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"Throw him in the frying pan."-- The Berliner Kurier newspaper in an editorial about Paul the Octopus, who had predicted Germany's semifinal loss to Spain after correctly picking the winner of all of Germany's 2010 World Cup games. Paul, who lives in a German aquarium, was given two containers of food marked with the teams' flags before each game -- and always picked the one with the eventual winner's colors. (Yahoo!Sports) ...More


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