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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2012
[USA-JAMAICA REPORT CARD] The USA atoned for a 2-1 loss in Kingston Friday by beating Jamaica, 1-0, in Columbus with a Herculez Gomez goal. His impressive performance was matched by several Americans as a U.S.-dominated match stayed close when shots hit the woodwork and/or were spectacularly saved by keeper Dwayne ... Read the whole story
[USA-JAMAICA] The USA improved its position in Group A of its World Cup 2014 qualifying group with a 1-0 win over Jamaica. Read the whole story
[UNDER THE MICROSCOPE] There was a night and day difference in how the USA played in the two Jamaica games. Most significantly, the midfield, which was so sloppy in Kingston, moved the ball around crisply in Columbus and held on to it better. Without a doubt, the most impressive player ... Read the whole story
[USA-JAMAICA: Reaction] U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann cited several reasons for the improved play and win over Jamaica in the second game of their two-game series. He liked the wide play from Jose Torres and Graham Zusi, the work as the No. 6 of Danny Williams and professionalism of Steve Cherundolo, ... Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP 2014 QUALIFYING] Mexico became the first team clinch a berth in next year's Hexagonal with a 1-0 win over Costa Rica on Javier Hernandez's goal. Canada dropped from first to third in Group C when it fell at Panama, 2-0. FC Dallas forward Blas Perez scored for the ... Read the whole story
[WEEK 28] With at least one game in hand on every other team in the Eastern Conference's top seven teams, the Chicago Fire hopes to take advantage when it travels to Toronto FC in Wednesday's lone MLS game. The Fire will move into second place with a win. Read the whole story


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"I've been through qualifiers myself. When we won the World Cup in 1990, we almost didn't qualify. It was down to the last game, which we won 2-1, and the opponent -- Wales at that time -- Mark Hughes missed a 100 percent chance in the 88th minute. And Germany wouldn't have gone to the World Cup. That's how close it can get."-- U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann after the USA made its World Cup qualifying path a little easier by beating Jamaica, 1-0. (Sporting News) ...More


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