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Mexico-USA Preview: Replacing Reyna

July 1 in Mexico City TV: Telemundo, live, noon ET (kickoff 1 pm ET); ESPN, tape, 4 pm ET. Referee: Young Joo Kim (KOR). STANDINGS: Mexico, 5th in the Hexagonal (1 win, 1 tie, 3 losses, 7 goals for, 8 goals against, 4 points); USA, 1st in the Hexagonal (4 wins, 1 tie, 0 losses, 7 goals for, 1 goal ...
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Bruce Arena: æWeÆre capable of winningÆ

BY MIKE WOITALLA in Mexico City Teams that venture into Mexico City encounter a slew of infamous obstacles. ThereÆs the 7,800 altitude, the huge fan support, heat and lung-burning air pollution. No doubt about the altitude, and ôair quality is expected to be unsatisfactoryö at game time tomorrow, according to the Metropolitan Commission for Prevention & Control of Air Pollution. ...
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U.S. Soccer: U-19 girls edge Canada

The U.S. under-19 national team took one step closer to the first-ever FIFA U-19 Women's World Championships, defeating the future hosts, 1-0, on a second half goal from Mary Boland (Hudson, Ohio/Internationals) in the pre-game to the USA vs. Canada full national team clash. The U.S. U-19s will need to qualify for the historic youth tournament to be held in ...
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U.S. Soccer: Women tie Canada as Foudy gets 200th cap

Fielding a lineup of veteran players for the first time in 2001, the U.S. women's national team played to a hard-fought 2-2 tie with Canada at Varsity Stadium in Toronto as Shannon MacMillan and Tiffeny Milbrett, the top two scorers in the WUSA, tallied for the USA. U.S. captain Julie Foudy played in her 200th career match for the United ...
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MLS Injury/Absence Report

The following is a brief team-by-team injury overview entering Week 13 of the 2001 MLS Regular Season: EASTERN DIVISION D.C. UNITED - OUT: M Ben Olsen (ankle surgery-R & L); PROBABLE: D Mark Watson (stress fracture, foot-R), D Craig Ziadie (toe sprain-L), D Brian Kamler (partially torn hamstring-R) METROSTARS - IR: F Martin Klinger (strained hamstring-L), F Clint Mathis (torn ...
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Hexagonal Preview: T&T's Simoes lays down the law

June 30 in Port of Spain (Queen's Park Oval) TRINIDAD & TOBAGO-JAMAICA TV: UNIVISION, live, 4 pm ET. Referee: Gustavo Mendez (Uruguay). Brazilian Rene Simoes makes his Hexagonal debut as Trinidad & Tobago head coach after replacing the fired Ian Porterfield. Simoes faces Jamaica, which he led to the 1998 World Cup finals. He served six years as Reggae Boyz ...
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Hexagonal Preview: Honduras looks to extend streak

July 1 in Tegucigalpa (National Stadium) HONDURAS-COSTA RICA TV: CCN (closed-circuit), live, 6 pm. Referee: Oscar Ruiz (Colombia). Costa Rica and Honduras are coming off back-to-back wins that put them in excellent shape to qualify for the 2002 World Cup finals. STANDINGS: Honduras, 3rd in the Hexagonal (2 wins, 2 ties, 1 loss, 11 goals for; 8 goals against, 8 ...
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World Youth Championship Scoreboard

Second Round RESULTS June 27 in Buenos Aires USA 0 Egypt 2 (Reyad pen. 76, El Yamany 85). Argentina 2 (Rodriguez 3, Dominguez 76) China 1 (Qu Bo 54). June 27 in Cordoba France 3 (Cisse pen. 34, 90, Mendy 42) Germany 2 (Auer 19, Thorsten 80). Brazil 4 (Adriano 27, 65, Kaka 52, Eduardo 73) Australia 0. June 28 ...
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WUSA Transactions (June 27-29)

WUSA: Announced the Boston BreakersÆ D Kate Sobrero was fined an undisclosed amount for unsportsmanlike conduct following the June 22 game at New York. Announced the Washington FreedomÆs Head Coach Jim Gabarra was fined an undisclosed amount for violating league rules concerning player substitutions. Boston: Activated D Christine McCann from the reserve squad. McCann becomes a regular member of the ...
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MLS: A whole new team

BY RIDGE MAHONEY That is how Rapids coach Tim Hankinson describes the result of the changes he has wrought in the past few months, particularly the trade yesterday that brings Carlos Valderrama, Scott Garlick and Ritchie Kotschau to Colorado from Tampa Bay. "We have 14 games to make the playoffs and we had to make changes now," said Hankinson of ...
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MLS: Tampa Bay trades Valderrama

BY RIDGE MAHONEY The two worst teams in MLS have swung a deal in a drastic effort to improve their fortunes. Tampa Bay (3-10-1) and Colorado (2-8-4) have finally worked out a deal to reunite several players with former Mutiny head coach and current Rapids coach Tim Hankinson. Carlos Valderrama, Scott Garlick and Ritchie Kotschau are headed to the Rapids ...
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World Youth Championship Scoreboard

Second Round RESULTS June 27 in Buenos Aires USA 0 Egypt 2 (Reyad pen. 76, El Yamany 85). Argentina 2 (Rodriguez 3, Dominguez 76) China 1 (Qu Bo 54). June 27 in Cordoba France 3 (Cisse pen. 34, 90, Mendy 42) Germany 2 (Auer 19, Thorsten 80). Brazil 4 (Adriano 27, 65, Kaka 52, Eduardo 73) Australia 0. Group A ...
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WUSA Predictions and Previews (June 30-July 1 games)

Predictions

Here are Soccer America Associate Editor Dean Caparaz's predictions for the June 30-July 1 games: Washington 0 Carolina 1 San Diego 0 New York 1 Philadelphia 1 Atlanta 2

Previews

(all times ET) Sunday, June 30 - (5:00 pm) - Carolina (2-7-2, 8th place, 8 pts) at Washington (4-5-2, 5th place, 14 pts) (Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic, CNN/SI regional). Season ...

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MLS Predictions and Previews (June 30 games)

Predictions

Here are Soccer America Associate Editor Poul SwainÆs predictions for the games on June 30: Dallas 3 Los Angeles 2 D.C. United 2 Colorado 1 Miami 3 Columbus 2 New England 1 San Jose 2 Chicago 2 MetroStars 1 Kansas City 2 Tampa Bay 2

Previews

(all times ET) Saturday, June 30 (4:00 p.m.) - Los Angeles Galaxy at ...

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U.S. Open Cup Scoreboard

RESULTS SECOND ROUND June 27 El Paso Patriots (A-League) 4 (Rowland 27, Macias 48, 52, Rodriguez 64) Chico Rooks (D3) 3 (Campos 53, Barragan 67, 77) Pittsburgh Riverhounds (A-League) 2 (Alfredo 54, Karn 90) Colorado Rapids (MLS) 0 Kansas City Wizards (MLS) 4 (Own goal 20, Santel 58, McKeon 60, Burns 90) Seattle Sounders (A-League) 0 Chicago Fire (MLS) 3 ...
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