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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Dec. 20, 2013
[USA WOMEN] Nine members of the 1999 World Cup championship team and seven members of the 1991 World Cup championship team -- including unanimous selections Joy Biefeld and Mia Hamm -- are part of U.S. Soccer's All-Time Women's National Team Best XI. Read the whole story
[MLS 2014 COUNTDOWN] New Real Salt Lake head coach Jeff Cassar, who had the unanimous support of senior RSL players to replace Jason Kreis, said he starts to cry just thinking about the opportunity he has been given. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Jonathan Bornstein, who has made just nine league appearances in three seasons -- and just two in the last two and a half years -- at Tigres, is finally leaving the Monterrey club, joining relegation-threatened Atlante for Mexico's 2014 Torneo Clausura. Read the whole story
[NASL 2014 COUNTDOWN] The NASL will kick off its nine-game spring season on April 12. The shortened season, which will run through June 8 and allow for a midseason break during the World Cup, will mark the debuts of Indy Eleven and the Ottawa Fury. The season was scheduled to ... Read the whole story
[USL PRO 2014 COUNTDOWN] The Columbus Crew became the sixth MLS club to link up with a USL PRO club, concluding an affiliate partnership with Dayton Dutch Lions for the 2014 season. Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Golazo] Moroccan-born Dutch futsaler Ismael Hamdaoui displays some dizzying moves moves and an incredible golazo. Read the whole story


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"After the victory, my happiness knew no end and I wanted to celebrate with our supporters who had endured with us for better and for worse, and in this state of excitement, arising solely from my love for my homeland Croatia, and not from any intent to glorify a totalitarian regime, I spoke the words 'For Home.' … I hereby deny that there was any political context underlying that statement, which was guided purely by my love for my nation and country rather than by hatred and destruction." -- Croatian defender Josip Simunic, whom FIFA suspended for 10 games -- ...More


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