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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Sept. 9, 2010
[INTERVIEW] Florida product Alejandro Bedoya is among the players with a chance to establish themselves as Coach Bob Bradley embarks on his second cycle as U.S. head coach. The 23-year-old, who narrowly missed a 2010 World Cup roster spot, moved from Boston College to Swedish top-tier club Orebro SK in ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Ninety minutes of work and sweat went unrewarded for Chicago and Toronto Wednesday night as neither could break free of the malaise that is gripping most of the Eastern Conference. Their 0-0 tie at Toyota Park leaves both well short of the eighth and final playoff place. Read the whole story
Ali Gerba scored twice to give him seven goals in his last three games and lead the Montreal Impact to a 2-1 at Puerto Rico in D-2 Pro League action on Wednesday. For all the action ... Read the whole story
[U.S. UNDER-17 BOYS] U.S. under-17 boys national team coach Wilmer Cabrera took 24 players to Madrid for 12 days of training at the Spanish soccer federation's famed Ciudad de Futbol. The bulk of the squad consists of players who will be in residency this fall at the U-17 program in ... Read the whole story
John Kluge, one of the richest men in the United States and an original investor in Major League Soccer, died Tuesday at the age of 95. Read the whole story
[USL] United Soccer Leagues, which has operated second- and third-division leagues since its move into pro soccer in the mid-1990s, has merged its First and Second Divisions into USL PRO, a single league property for 2011, signaling a ceasefire in the battle for control of Division 2 soccer. Read the whole story
[COSTA RICA] Argentine Ricardo La Volpe, who coached Mexico at the 2006 World Cup, is set to take over as the head coach of the Costa Rica national team. Read the whole story


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"I was swearing a bit, but not specifically for (Coach Bert Van Marwijk) to hear. If you play well you don't think you'll be taken off. I'm getting a little despondent. The substitutions are predictable. But I think sometimes I deserve to stay on."-- Dutch midfielder Rafael van der Vaar on his choice of words after being subbed during the Netherlands' 2-1 win over Finland. (Daily Mirror) ...More


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