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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Sept. 5, 2013
[HEXAGONAL COUNTDOWN] Not for first time in the Hexagonal, Jurgen Klinsmann will have to shake up his starting lineup. For the first Costa Rica match, he made five changes from the team that had lost to Honduras, 2-1, three of them changes that were forced on him because of injuries. ... Read the whole story
[MLS REWIND: Week 28] The dismissal of Robert Warzycha may have a profound effect on the short-term future of Dominic Kinnear. An inspired Crew, playing its first match since Warzycha’s firing was announced Monday, beat Kinnear and the Dynamo, 2-0, to keep alive its own faint playoff hopes and impair ... Read the whole story
[MLS SPOTLIGHT] Kevin Payne spent the first 17 years of MLS working for D.C. United or its ownership group. He lasted all of nine months as president and general manager of Toronto FC. Read the whole story
[USL PRO] Three former MLS players -- Jose Angulo (Pittsburgh), Joseph Ngwenya (Richmond) and Jamie Watson (Orlando City) -- are the finalists for the 2013 USL PRO Most Valuable Player. For all the award categories ... Read the whole story
[USL PRO: Final] Dom Dwyer, who scored 15 goals in 13 games for Orlando City on loan from Sporting Kansas City before returning to the MLS club, has been recalled by Orlando City for Saturday's USL PRO final against the Charlotte Eagles at the Florida Citrus Bowl even though he ... Read the whole story
[NASL] The NASL suspended San Antonio Scorpions midfielder Kevin Harmse for six games for separate post-game incidents he was involved in at Toyota Field after Saturday's 3-2 loss to Minnesota United FC. Read the whole story


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"That was not our fault. I didn't call God to give us some snow. It was difficult for both teams to play that game but I think you have now a situation, Costa Rica (with) 11 points, close to the World Cup, we have 13 points, close to the World Cup. We both want to get there and I think it's going to be exciting." -- U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann on Friday's game against a Costa Rica fuming about the 1-0 loss in March in Colorado that went on despite snow-blizzard conditions. When the U.S. team arrived in Costa Rica ...More


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