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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, July 2, 2014
[BRAZIL 2014] The USA can learn a lot from Belgium. Like the USA, the Red Devils have never won the World Cup and only once before advanced as far as the semifinals. Indeed, they had not been to the World Cup or European Championship since 2002. But they were the ... Read the whole story
[SOCIAL MEDIA ROUNDUP] Wayne Rooney announcing his support for the USA, a glimpse of Landon Donovan watching the USA-Belgium game, and messages of consolation from celebrities such as Justin Timberlake, Rihanna and U.S. women’s national players are among our favorite images from World Cup Tuesday. Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez has sparked the creation of countless videos, memes, tweets, and discussions around the world after taking yet another bite out of an opponent. English comedian and musician Tom Rosenthal has produced an animation and song with witty lyrics that will have ... Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP: Off the Post] Citing security concerns, the French city of Nice has banned the "ostentatious display" of foreign flags during the World Cup from from 6 p.m. until 4 a.m. Read the whole story
[MLS: Week 16] Seattle picked up where it left off prior to the brief World Cup break by beating D.C. United, 1-0, for its third straight victory and thus stays atop the Power Rankings. Read the whole story
[MLS: Week 17] An 11-game MLS schedule, featuring five Fourth of July matches, kicks off Wednesday with Chicago-Toronto FC and San Jose-Chivas USA. Read the whole story
[BRAZIL 2014] The 2014 World Cup finished with 171 goals, tied for the most in tournament history along with the 1998 World Cup, the first 32-team final. The average of 2.67 goals per game still ranks only tied for 13th out of the 20 finals. After averaging 2.83 goals per ... Read the whole story
[DATEBOOK] The World Cup concludes with the Argentina-Germany final on Sunday (3 pm ET kickoff). Read the whole story


What They're Saying: Michael Bradley

"We felt like they were there for the taking. You know that the margin between going on and going home is so small." -- U.S. midfielder Michael Bradley after the 2-1 loss to Belgium. (New York Times) ...More

U.S. defeat sours memorable game for Howard -- and others

A bitterly disappointing 2-1 overtime loss to Belgium ended the USA's World Cup in the round of 16 Tuesday in Salvador. Here are three takeaways in the aftermath of a second straight loss in the World Cup knockout rounds ...More


U.S. Player Ratings: Howard turns lopsided game into cliffhanger

Outplayed by a more skillful and dynamic Belgian team, the USA had an upset within reach thanks to goalkeeper Tim Howard and a belated surge by its offense. ...More



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