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Home >Soccer America Daily > Monday, Aug. 16, 2010
[MY VIEW] Bob Bradley indeed wasted a valuable opportunity against Brazil last Tuesday at the New Meadowlands. By fielding a squad of mostly regulars, he squandered a great chance for the USA to be humiliated. Read the whole story
[MLS] The Galaxy got back on track by beating New York, 1-0, at a sold out Red Bull Arena, and Western Conference rival Real Salt Lake kept up the pressure by downing Columbus, 2-0, to stay within four points of the overall leader.  There wasn’t much movement elsewhere in the ... Read the whole story
Goalies Brad Friedel (Aston Villa) and Marcus Hahnemann (Wolves) were the only Americans who won on the opening day of the English Premier League. In Germany, Michael Bradley scored for Borussia Moenchengladbach in its 3-1 win at Erzgebirge Aue in the DfB Pokal. Steve Cherundolo's Hannover 96 fell to fourth ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] At 18, Conor Doyle became one of the youngest Americans ever to play in English pro soccer when he debuted for League Championship club Derby County Saturday in its 2-1 loss at home to Cardiff City. Read the whole story
[FIFA] To combat the defensive approach teams take in the group stage at the World Cup, FIFA President Sepp Blatter suggested the answer might be eliminating ties and deciding all drawn matches by penalty kicks. Read the whole story

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"Next year."-- New York Red Bulls coach Hans Backe when asked, after Saturday's 1-0 loss to Los Angeles, when his new Designated Players -- Thierry Henry and Rafael Marquez -- would be fully integrated into the team. (The New York Times) ...More

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