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Home > Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, March 19, 2013
[HEXAGONAL COUNTDOWN] Injuries and poor form are part of what any national team coach has to deal with, but it's hard to remember a U.S. coach having to deal with the losses, at such a critical moment, as Jurgen Klinsmann suffered over the weekend. The absence of Landon Donovan, "on ... Read the whole story
[USA MEN] U.S. national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann admitted Friday's game against Costa Rica at sold-out Dick's Sporting Goods Park (TV: 10 p.m. ET, ESPN, UniMas) is a must-win situation, but he took a positive view to the injury epidemic that leaves his team short-handed. He said he has options ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] Nine of the 23 U.S. national team players who suited up for the Hexagonal opener against Honduras are unavailable for the matches against Costa Rica and Mexico. They include four starters and they have a combined 280 caps and made 76 appearances in World Cup qualifying. Read the whole story
[MLS SPOTLIGHT] Besides the nine players called up to represent the United States, 29 other MLS players were called up for international duty, leaving all but the Colorado Rapids, among the 16 MLS teams in action this weekend, short-handed. Real Salt Lake will find itself without five players, including one ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Diego] A 52-year-old Diego Maradona lashing an impressive strike in Qatar last week, that didn't go in, days before comparing the first ever election of an Argentine Pope to one of his most famous goals. Read the whole story


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"I want to apologize to the entire soccer world for my remarks but not to the referee." -- Ramzan Kadyrov, the Head of the Chechen Republic and honorary Terek Grozny club president, who grabbed the PA microphone after Terek Grozny's 0-0 tie with Rubin Kazan and called referee Mikhail Vilkov a "donkey" and a "sellout." (Reuters) ...More


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