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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013
[USA MEN] It's only a friendly, but the squad Jurgen Klinsmann will start Friday against Scotland Hampden Park will be close to what he views to be his first XI for the World Cup. He'll have his attacking trio of Jozy Altidore, Clint Dempsey and Michael Bradley together on the ... Read the whole story
[MEXICO-NEW ZEALAND] Mexico, which won just one of five Hexagonal matches at home in 2013, hopes it will have better luck under new coach, Miguel Herrera, its fourth coach in the last five World Cup 2014 qualifiers, at Azteca Stadium Wednesday against unfancied New Zealand in the first leg of ... Read the whole story
[MLS INJURY REPORT] If there is a positive to the LA Galaxy's early exit from the MLS playoffs -- the first time since 2006 that it hasn't either played up until at least the Western Conference final or gone on tour with David Beckham or both -- it is that ... Read the whole story
[U.S. SOCCER] Tab Ramos, who played on three U.S. World Cup teams and coached the USA at the 2013 Under-20 World Cup, has been named U.S. Soccer's youth technical director, filling a position left vacant by the move of his former U.S. national team midfield partner Claudio Reyna to a ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] In Spain, a goalkeeper scored on an overhead volley in stoppage time while in Argentina a keeper bit a foe in the back. Read the whole story

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"Protest for what you believe is fair; the country is growing and needs to do better in terms of social inequality. But let's not forget that we are bringing over an important event for your country. Treat the people who come here well." -- Brazil 2014 World Cup organizing committee CEO Ricardo Trade says Brazilians have a right to demonstrate during the tournament as long as it doesn't spill over to mistreatment of tourists. Protests at the huge cost (about $15 billion) for hosting the World Cup plagued last summer's Confederations Cup. (AFP) ...More

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