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Home > Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Nov. 18, 2010
[SOUTH AFRICA-USA REPORT CARD] Soccer America's Mike Woitalla grades the U.S. players' performances in their 1-0 win over South Africa on Wednesday in Cape Town. Read the whole story
[SOUTH AFRICA-USA] The USA beat South Africa, 1-0, in Cape Town on Wednesday thanks to a goal by Juan Agudelo (see video), who at age 17 became the youngest player in history to score for the U.S. national team. Read the whole story
[MLS] The league wraps up its major awards Friday with presentation of its Most Valuable Player award, and in this corner the winner is FC Dallas attacker David Ferreira. Read the whole story
[MLS] First the Wiz, then the Wizards, now Sporting Kansas City. MLS's Kansas City team introduced its third name as part of its re-branding efforts in anticipation of the opening of a new stadium next season by ownership group OnGoal. Read the whole story
[AWARDS] Chicago Fire midfielder Marco Pappa earned the 2010 AT&T Goal of the Year, while Seattle goalkeeper Kasey Keller was awarded the NAPA Save of the Year. Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP 2018/22 BIDS] The U.S. House of Representatives passed a resolution of support to the U.S. World Cup 2022 bid. Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK] By delivering the gamewinner against archrival Brazil, Lionel Messi may have finally silenced the critics who complain he doesn't perform as brilliantly for Argentina as he does for Barcelona. Read the whole story
[YOUTH] An expanded field of 48 boys teams begins play in three age groups Thursday in the 2010-11 U.S. Youth Soccer National League in Wilson, N.C. For a look at the field ... Read the whole story


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"We wanted to win, but could never have predicted a result like this against a team with Spain's dimension. The way we played had a lot of positives. The win does not bring points, but it does earn us prestige."-- Portugal coach Paulo Bento after his team beat world champion Spain, 4-0, in a friendly in Lisbon on Wednesday. (Reuters)*****"Unbelievable from all associated with England and English FA with regards to SG's injury. Completely ignored agreement and past history. Completely amateurish and now we pay for their incompetence. Absolutely disgraceful."-- What Darren Burgess, Liverpool's head of fitness and conditioning, posted ...More


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