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MLS: Mutiny makes a pair of trades

The Tampa Bay Mutiny continued its team overhaul when it made a pair of trades June 29. Tampa sent midfielder Josh Keller and a first-round pick in the 1999 College Draft to Chicago for defensive midfielder Jorge Salcedo, and then sent defender Mike Duhaney to the MetroStars for midfielder Paul Dougherty. Salcedo and Dougherty are expected to join the Mutiny ...
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U-17 boys split two games with England

The U-27 boys national team recently completed a training camp in Chula Vista, Calif., where the squad split a pair of matches with the England U-17s. The USA rolled to a 4-1 win on June 23 behind a hat trick from Landon Donovan and a goal from Kyle Beckerman. In the rematch, Raul Rivera gave the U.S. a 1-0 lead, ...
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U.S. Soccer: Steve Sampson resigns

Steve Sampson resigned today as national team coach of the United States, it was announced by the United States Soccer Federation. "We at the Federation thank Steve for his tremendous service to our national team program and to soccer in the USA," said U.S. Soccer president Alan Rothenberg. "His tireless work has helped advance our sport and on balance it ...
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MLS Exhibition Summary: Minnesota (A-League) 2 Chicago (MLS) 3

June 28 in Blaine, Minn. Minnesota (A-League) 2 Chicago (MLS) 3. Goals: Mladenov (Shaw) 78, Anderson (pen.) 90; Wolff (Razov) 3, Salcedo (Ibsen) 34, Kuhn (Marsch) 77. Minnesota --Swallen, Abboud (Shaw, 70), Coughlin, Menk (Alvarado, 46), Gramenz (Sylvester, 46), Foster (Leventhal, 66), Mladenov (Stanici, 79), Gotsmanov, (Zeba, 44), Anderson, Magee, Garcia (Horvath, 66). Chicago --Coufal, Kubik (Kotschau, 46), ...
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World Cup '98 Results (June 28)

RESULTS

SECOND ROUND

June 28

France 1 Paraguay 0 (2OT) Denmark 4 Nigeria 1

June 27

Italy 1 Norway 0 Brazil 4 Chile 1

FINAL FIRST-ROUND STANDINGS

Group A

TeamGPWTLGFGAP
*Brazil3201636
*Norway3120545
Morocco3 ...
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World Cup: Second-Round game summaries (June 28)

June 28 in Lens France 1 Paraguay 0 (2OT). Goal: Blanc 114. France --Barthez, Thuram, Blanc, Desailly, Lizarazu, Deschamps, Petit (Boghossian, 70), Djorkaeff, Henry (Pires 65), Diomede (Guivarc'h, 77), Trezeguet. Paraguay --Chilavert, Arce, Gamarra, Ayala, Sarabia, Acuna, Enciso, Paredes (Caniza, 75), Benitez, Campos (Yegros, 57), Cardozo (A.Rojas, 91). Yellow cards:Paraguay -- Chilavert 19, Benitez 24, Enciso 33, ...
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Hamm's hat trick leads U.S. women past Germany

Forward Mia Hamm logged yet another world-class performance, scoring three goals in a 20-minute span in the second half as the U.S. women's national team defeated Germany, 4-2, in front of 13,107 at Solider Field, a venue for the 1999 FIFA Women's World Cup. Coming off a disappointing 1-1 tie with the European champions in St. Louis last Thursday night, ...
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Women's World Cup '99: European Qualifying Update

Here is a look at the current standings in European qualifying for the 1999 Women's World Cup:

Group 1

TEAMGPWTLGFGAP
Sweden440011512
Ukraine4202886
Iceland4121565
Spain60245 ...
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MLS: Results and Standings (June 27)

Results June 27
  • New England 3 Dallas 4 (SO)
  • Miami 2 Tampa Bay 1 (SO)
  • San Jose 1 Los Angeles 2

Standings

EASTERNGPWLPGFGA
D.C. United18135294231
MetroStars1697253129
Columbus1587242922
Miami16610 ...
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World Cup: Second-Round game summaries (June 27)

June 27 in Marseille Italy 1 Norway 0. Goal: Vieri 18. Italy --Pagliuca, Bergomi, Costacurta, Maldini, Cannavaro, Albertini (Pessotto, 72), D.Baggio, Di Biagio, Moriero (Di Livio, 63), Del Piero (Chiesa, 77), Vieri. Norway --Grodas, Berg, Eggen, Johnsen, Bjornebye, H.Flo (Solskjaer, 73), Leonhardsen (Strand, 13, Solbakken 40), Rekdal, Riseth, Mykland, T.A.Flo. Yellow cards:Italy -- Moriero 38, Di Biagio ...
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MIKE WOITALLA: It doesn't make sense

I remember the day Steve Sampson stopped making sense as if it were only yesterday. But it was more than a week ago. It started with the World Cup opener. For it, he created a system of play that left out the best midfielder in U.S. history, Tab Ramos, and one of its best defenders ever, Marcelo Balboa. After the ...
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World Cup '98 Results (June 27)

RESULTS

June 27

Italy 1 Norway 0 (Italy to meet France-Paraguay winner) Brazil 4 Chile 1 (Brazil to meet Nigeria-Denmark winner)

FINAL FIRST-ROUND STANDINGS

Group A

TeamGPWTLGFGAP
*Brazil3201636
*Norway3120545
Morocco3111 ...
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World Cup: Group H game summaries (June 26)

June 26 in Bordeaux Argentina 1 Croatia 0. Goal: Pineda 36. Argentina --Roa, Vivas, Ayala, Paz, Zanetti (Simeone, 68), Almeyda, Veron, Gallardo (Berti, 81), Pineda, Ortega (Lopez, 53), Batistuta. Croatia --Ladic, Bilic, Soldo, Simic, Maric (Vlaovic, 46), Prosinecki (Stimac, 68), Boban, Asanovic, Jarni, Stanic, Suker. Yellow cards:Argentina -- Ortega 23, Ayala 35, Vivas 69; Croatia -- Bilic ...
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World Cup '98: Results and Standings (June 26)

RESULTS

June 26

Group G
  • England 2 Colombia 0
  • Romania 1 Tunisia 1
Group H
  • Argentina 1 Croatia 0
  • Jamaica 2 Japan 1

STANDINGS

Final Group A Standings

TeamGPWTLGFGAP
*Brazil3201636
*Norway3120545 ...
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World Cup: Second-Round player suspensions

The following is an update of players suspended for the second-round matches of France '98. All players holding single yellow cards from the first round will receive a clean slate. Italy vs. Norway --No players suspended. Brazil vs. Chile --Brazil will have a full lineup, but Chile's Francisco Rojas, Nelson Parraguez and Moises Villarroel are all suspended. France ...
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