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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013
[HEXAGONAL COUNTDOWN] Jamaica's Hexagonal campaign began brightly when it tied Mexico, 0-0, at Azteca Stadium in February, began arriving in suburban Overland Park Monday to set up camp for Friday's qualifier against the United States at Kansas City's Sporting Park. They have a new coach, German Winfried Schaefer, since they ... Read the whole story
[HEXAGONAL COUNTDOWN] Panama has already beaten Mexico twice this year and will look to make it three in a row when the Canaleros face El Tri Friday in World Cup 2014 qualifying at Azteca Stadium. Panama coach Julio Dely Valdes isn't afraid to point out how desperate El Tri's situation ... Read the whole story
[HEXAGONAL COUNTDOWN] Honduras will host Costa Rica Friday in San Pedro Sula with a chance of clinching its second straight berth in the World Cup finals. The Catrachos have called in five MLS players, while the Ticos called up two. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Amber Brooks scored two goals and Sarah Hagen added a third as Bayern Munich beat Cloppenburg, 5-0, to remain tied for first place with Turbine Potsdam in Germany's Frauen-Bundesliga. Lindsey Horan scored for Paris St. Germain in France, while the title hopes of Americans Ashlyn Harris, Ali Krieger ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Golazos] Landon Donovan's lob for a record-tying 134th MLS goal and Camilo's powerful flying volley head MLS Week 32's candidates for AT&T; Goal of the Week. Read the whole story


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"The good news here is the national team manager is no longer defined by ability to qualify the team because, that simply isn’t acceptable. The logic to bringing in Jurgen Klinsmann is if you actually want to win a World Cup, doesn't it make sense to bring in someone who has? No disrespect to Bob Bradley or Bruce Arena, they're college coaches. They're not international brains. Their experience is from the sidelines. They've never been in a game like that. For me that's not good enough. I'm happy we have someone who's been there, done that and can help our ...More


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