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MLS: Results and Standings (May 31)

Results

May 31
  • New England 1 MetroStars 2 (SO)
  • Dallas 2 Miami 0
  • Colorado 2 Kansas City 1
May 30
  • Columbus 4 San Jose 1
  • Tampa Bay 1 D.C. United 2 (SO)
  • Los Angeles 1 Chicago 2 (SO)

Standings

EASTERN GP W L P GF GA
D.C. United 14 11 3 25 30 ...
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MLS: Results and Standings (May 30)

Results

May 30
  • Columbus 4 San Jose 1
  • Tampa Bay 1 D.C. United 2 (SO)
  • Los Angeles 1 Chicago 2 (SO)

Standings

EASTERN GP W L P GF GA
D.C. United 14 11 3 25 30 21
Columbus 12 7 5 21 24 16
MetroStars 10 5 5 15 18 19
Miami 12 5 7 ...
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USA-Scotland (0-0): Reaction

The following is reaction after the 0-0 tie between the United States and Scotland today May 30 in Washington, D.C. USA 0 Scotland 0. USA -- Keller, Pope, Dooley, Burns, Deering, Regis, Moore (Agoos, 69), Jones, Stewart (Lalas, 82), Ramos (Radosaljevic, 56), Wegerle (Wynalda, 52). Scotland -- Leighton, Boyd, Calderwood, Hendry, T.McKinlay (McNamara, 60), Dailly, Collins, Lambert, B.McKinlay, Jackson, Gallacher. ...
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U.S. national team notes (May 30)

U.S. World Cup team Head Coach Steve Sampson's decision on who to start at forward did not become any clearer today, as the U.S. failed to score for the second time in its last three exhibition matches. Though the U.S. created a number of scoring chances in its 0-0 tie against Scotland, they failed to convert any of them. "I ...
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Two goals for Keller as U.S. women blank New Zealand

Debbie Keller scored twice and Lorrie Fair tallied her first international goal as the U.S. women's national team crushed New Zealand, 5-0, at RFK Stadium May 30. In front of a sun-bathed and enthusiastic crowd of 46,037, the U.S. team had little trouble with New Zealand, scoring just six minutes into the game when 20-year-old forward Cindy Parlow hammered home ...
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World Cup Results and Standings

RESULTS

  • Beginning June 10, results will be posted here each day.
  • The standings, below, will be updated daily as the tournament progresses.

STANDINGS

Group A

Team GP W T L GF GA P
Brazil0000000
Scotland 0000000
Morocco 0000000
Norway 0000000


Group B

Team GP W T L GF GA P
Italy ...
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U.S. Open Cup qualifying update (May 29)

MLS

Eight MLS teams will join the Open Cup in the third round. They are: Chicago, Columbus, Dallas, Kansas City, MetroStars, Miami, San Jose and Tampa Bay.

A-League

Six A-League teams have now clinched Open Cup berths. All four Western Conference teams have been decided, with Milwaukee joining El Paso, Nashville and Orange County after defeating Charleston over the weekend. ...

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Complete World Cup Schedule

Group A

June 10 in St. Denis
Brazil 2 Scotland 1
June 10 in Montpellier
Morocco 2 Norway 2
June 16 in Bordeaux
Scotland 1 Norway 1
June 16 in Nantes
Brazil 3 Morocco 0
June 23 in Marseilles
Brazil 1 Norway 2
June 23 in St. Etienne
Scotland 0 Morocco 3


Group B

June 11 in ...

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France' 98 on Television

* All times Eastern.


July 11

Third-Place Game
2:30 pm ABC, 2:30 pm Univision


July 12

Final
2:30 pm ABC, 2:00 pm Univision

* All times Eastern.

NOTES
Pregame: The first half hour of each ABC, ESPN, and ESPN2 telecast consists of a pregame show. Univision adds a 20-minute show to its broadcasts.

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Q&A with the SA Editors: May 29, 1998

Michael Duggan Jacksonville, N.C. My 12-year-old son loves to play soccer and is very good. I would like to know how to get information regarding the boys national teams at the youth age levels. How does one try out or get invited to camps? Dan Woog: The route to the national team begins at the state level. Your first step ...
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MLS: Results and Standings (May 28)

Results

May 28
  • Colorado 3 Miami 0
May 27
  • Kansas City 2 Columbus 1 (SO)

Standings

EASTERN GP W L P GF GA
D.C. United 13 10 3 24 29 20
Columbus 11 6 5 18 20 15
MetroStars 10 5 5 15 18 19
Miami 12 5 7 11 11 25
New ...
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MIKE WOITALLA: MLS scores with rule change

MLS produced a videotape showing the worst of soccer in hopes of creating a better game. It's called "Sending-Off Offenses" and my legs are sore just from watching it. It comprises 28 brutal tackles from 1997 MLS action. Ref boss Joe Machnik created it to teach referees, coaches and players about the new rule -- the red card for a ...
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MLS: Results and Standings (May 27)

Results

May 27
  • Kansas City 2 Columbus 1 (SO)

Standings

EASTERN GP W L P GF GA
D.C. United 13 10 3 24 29 20
Columbus 11 6 5 18 20 15
MetroStars 10 5 5 15 18 19
Miami 11 5 6 11 11 22
New England 10 4 6 10 18 19
Tampa ...
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MLS: Hermosillo to play for L.A. Galaxy

Star Mexican forward Carlos Hermosillo has agreed to a contract with Major League Soccer and has been allocated to the Los Angeles Galaxy. In addition, San Jose has been allocated Francisco Uribe, who played for Mexican club Veracruz this past season. More information on these transactions will be available later today.
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MLS: New England receives Colombian midfielder Pareja

New England has received its fifth foreign allocation, Colombian midfielder Oscar Pareja. "Oscar is an extremely skillful and creative player who will create scoring opportunities for himself and his teammates," said New England coach Thomas Rongen. "We are fortunate to get such a talented midfielder in the prime of his career." Pareja has been a member of the Colombian national ...
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