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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Jan. 26, 2012
[PANAMA-USA REPORT CARD] A goal in the ninth minute (Graham Zusi), an early substitution (Heath Pearce for Zach Loyd) and a red card shortly after halftime (Geoff Cameron) brought an intense feel to the Panama-USA friendly the Americans won, 1-0, Wednesday in Panama City. Nick Rimando's goalkeeping stood out. Soccer ... Read the whole story
[PANAMA-USA] Coach Jurgen Klinsmann no longer has a losing record thanks to the USA's third straight victory, a 1-0 win at Panama on Wednesday made possible by a rare first-half goal. Read the whole story
[MLS TRANSACTIONS] D.C. United signed 30-year-old Argentine Emiliano Dudar from Young Boys of Switzerland, where he has played since 2007, in a bid to bolster its young backline. The Colorado Rapids added 28-year- old Colombian attacking midfielder Jaime Castrillon from Independiente Medellin. American fans will remember him as the scorer ... Read the whole story
[EL CLASICO, ACT 5] Barcelona was cruising along in the second leg of their Copa del Rey series with Real Madrid, leading 2-0 and 4-1 on aggregate, so Barca fans started to sing, "We love you Mourinho, please stay," in reference to reports that Coach Jose Mourinho might leave Real ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Jonathan Bornstein played his first match for Mexican club Tigres since last spring, starting in its 1-0 loss at Union Espanola of Chile in their opening game in the 2012 Copa Libertadores. Read the whole story
[SCOREBOARD] Bouna Coundoul's Senegal is shockingly out of the Africa Cup of Nations after only two games. The former MLS keeper out of the Bronx was helpless as Kily scored from 25 yards in the 90th minute, only a minute after Moussa Sow's equalizer, to give co-host Equatorial Guinea a ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK] Steven Schumacher and Giles Coke of English third division Bury were each yellow-carded after they clashed over who would take a penalty kick against Yeovil. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"I think we saw a very close game, a very tight game which we luckily won because Panama didn't finish off the chances that they had. Our team had a very hard three weeks, and they had tired legs today and you could see that. After the red card, we couldn't pressure enough anymore to create more chances. Overall, I think it really paid off doing this, not only playing a game in the U.S., but coming down here. A lot of the young players learned their lesson today."-- U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann after the USA won, 1-0, at Panama ...More


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