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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Aug. 10, 2010
[USA-BRAZIL] At least 70,000 people are paying an average of $65 to watch the USA in action for the first time since the World Cup in South Africa. That the opponent is Brazil and the venue is the New Meadowlands Stadium -- a $1.6 billion structure completed just four months ... Read the whole story
[U.S. SOCCER] No matter what happens when U.S. coach Bob Bradley's contract runs out in December, he'll get his fourth chance to beat Brazil on Tuesday. Read the whole story
[INTERVIEW] After debuting for his new team Saint-Etienne in the French Ligue 1 opener on Saturday, U.S. captain Carlos Bocanegra joined the USA in New Jersey and talked about his national team future, the U.S.coaching situation, and his career in Europe, which started when he left the Chicago Fire for ... Read the whole story
[ITALY] American-born Giuseppe Rossi was called up for Italy's first game under new coach Cesare Prandelli, but he isn't expected to start for the revamped Azzurri, who play Ivory Coast Tuesday in London. Read the whole story
[ENGLAND] Aston Villa's Martin O'Neill, one of the English Premier League's most high-profile managers, quit just five days before the start of the new season. A dozen coaches -- including U.S. boss Bob Bradley -- were mentioned as possibilities to replace O'Neill. Read the whole story


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"It is incredible -- Blatter said at the World Cup that the issue would be on the table and now it has disappeared again. That is his strategy, but it is not fair play. He is old-fashioned. It is a commission full of old men. It is not transparent. We don't know which men are behind it. In a world of transparency, we really should know this."-- Bayern Munich coach Louis Van Gaal, criticizing FIFA president Sepp Blatter and the eight-member International Board on their reluctance to seriously discuss use of technology to assist referees. (ESPN SoccerNet) ...More


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