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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, July 13, 2010
[BEST OF THE WORLD CUP] Soccer America continues its look at the best of the World Cup with its 25 winners, the best of the tournament on and off the field. Read the whole story
[TELEVISION WATCH] The combined audience for Sunday's World Cup final on ABC and Univision was 24.3 million viewers, the largest U.S. audience for a soccer match -- and almost 6 million more than the combined audience in England. Read the whole story
[TELEVISION WATCH] Sunday's World Cup final between Spain and the Netherlands on ABC was the most-watched men's World Cup game ever in the USA with 15,545,000 viewers. Only the 1999 Women's World Cup final averaged more viewers for a soccer game -- 17,975,000. Read the whole story
[SUMMER OF SOCCER] The annual influx of foreign clubs begins in earnest this week with some of Europe's biggest names arriving for summer friendlies. Manchester United (minus Wayne Rooney and its other World Cup stars) opens its four-game tour Friday against Celtic in Toronto. United is one of five English ... Read the whole story
[UNDER-20 WOMEN'S WORLD CUP] Three days after the end of the World Cup, the USA is back in action in a FIFA competition against Ghana. This time it's in the Under-20 Women's World Cup, where the USA begins its defense of the title on Wednesday at Rudolf-Harbig Stadium in Dresden, ... Read the whole story

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"It was one of the worst tackles I have ever had. ... The challenge was really hard, it was one of the most painful tackles in my life. It was hard to play on. I have probably broken a rib."-- Spain's Xabi Alonso on getting kicked in the chest in the World Cup final with a studs-up flying kick by the Netherlands Nigel de Jong, who escaped with a yellow card. (Mirror) ...More

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