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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, June 10, 2011
[USA CONFIDENTIAL] Since they never go away, merely fade for a while only to re-appear, any time is a good time to address the widespread injustices perceived by the American soccer cognoscenti. Read the whole story
[GOLD CUP] Playing without five players, who have been suspended by the Mexican soccer federation (FMF) after they failed a drug test taken on May 21, Mexico went out and beat Cuba, 5-0, for its second win in two games at the Gold Cup. Read the whole story
[SCOREBOARD] Randall Brenes scored in the fifth minute of stoppage time to give favored Costa Rica a 1-1 tie with El Salvador in their Group A game in Charlotte, N.C. For the Gold Cup game summaries, standings and schedule ... Read the whole story
[U.S. UNDER-17 BOYS] Coach Wilmer Cabrera named the 21 players who leave Friday for the Under-17 World Cup in Mexico and begin play June 19 with a game against the Czech Republic (TV: ESPN2, live, 7 pm ET). Read the whole story
[SCOREBOARD] Sporting KC drew an overflow crowd of 19,925 fans for its first game at its new Livestrong Sporting Park, but it had to settle for a 0-0 tie with the Chicago Fire, a result that left both clubs still with only one win apiece. SKC lost goalie Jimmy Nielsen ... Read the whole story
[SCOREBOARD] The Carolina RailHawks made it seven wins in a row when they won, 1-0, at FC Edmonton on Matt Watson's goal. Orlando City's 11-game undefeated streak come to an end when it fell to Antigua Barracuda FC, 2-1, on goals by Stefan Smith and Randolph Burton in a game ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"Hope is a great word. This is about potential on the field, potential for this venue, potential for these fans to witness something they've never seen before in this town. This is the starting point." -- Sporting Kansas City co-owner Cliff Illig on the opening of Livestrong Sporting Park, which was built at a cost of $200 million and opened to a sold-out crowd of 19,925 for the SKC-Chicago Fire game. (Kansas City Star) ...More


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