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Home > Soccer America Daily > Friday, Sept. 7, 2012
[BY THE NUMBERS] Losing to Jamaica Friday in its World Cup 2014 qualifier in Kingston would be an event of historic proportions for the United States (TV:  beIN SPORT, 8 p.m. ET). No other team has faced the USA more times without winning a single game than the Reggae Boyz. ... Read the whole story
[VIEWING PARTIES] Friday's Jamaica-USA match in Kingston will air on new BeIN Sport, now available on DirecTV and Dish Network but generally unavailable on cable. Many U.S. fans will be gathering to watch the World Cup 2014 qualifier, which kicks off at 8 p.m. ET. Here are some establishments that ... Read the whole story
[THE PITCH] So far, Christen Press has written 25 blogs, spanning over her 25 weeks in Sweden. Writing has given her optimism that she is up to the challenge of playing in arguably the most elite women's league in the world. Writing The Pitch each week has provided perspective and ... Read the whole story
[WEEK 27] Nick Rimando, held back from the U.S. national team until after Thursday's game, stopped Brad Davis on a penalty kick in the 75th minute but was not so fortunate on a second penalty kick by Colin Clark four minutes into stoppage time that gave the Houston Dynamo a ... Read the whole story
[PREVIEW] The Charleston Battery and Wilmington Hammerheads, two of the oldest clubs in the USL, meet for the 2012 USL PRO title Saturday night at Blackbaud Stadium.  Both head coaches have ties with their respective clubs dating back to the 1990s,  Charleston's Mike Anhaeuser has been with the Battery for ... Read the whole story


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