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MLS: Who's In & Who's Out

Chicago

OUT: Andy Rosenband (waivers), Demitrius White (waivers).

Chivas USA

IN: Brian Dunseth (Real Salt Lake).

OUT: Martin Zuniga (retired), Douglas Sequeira (Real Salt Lake), Christian Jimenez (Real Slate Lake), Victor Arbelaez (waivers), Javier Barragan (waivers), Armando Begines (waivers), Milton Blanco (waivers), Hector Cuadros (waivers), Shaun Kalnasy (waivers), Isaac Romo (waivers).

Colorado

IN: Cornell Glen (Columbus), Clint Mathis (Real Salt Lake).

OUT: Ritchie Kotschau (Columbus), Jeff Cunningham ...
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YOUTH: 2005 NSCAA/adidas Boys All-Americans




Jane Alukonis, Cocoa Beach, Fla.
Skyy Anderson, Cambridge, Mass.
Tahnai Annis, Zanesville, Ohio
Megan Ashforth, New Canaan, Conn.
Yewande Balogum, Bowie, Md.
Courtney Barg, Plano, Texas
Chelsea Bednarz, Chandler, Ariz.
Carolyn Blank, Toms River, N.J.
Kiki Bosio, Mission Viejo, Calif.
Chelsea Bumbaugh, Duvall, Wash.
Molly Campbell, Mission Hills, Kan.
Kendall Campise, Plano, Texas
Jacqueline Carron, Rochester Hills, ...

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YOUTH: 2005 NSCAA/adidas Boys All-Americans



Eddie Ababio, Tampa, Fla.
Andrew Adlard, New Berlin, Wis.
Eric Alexander, Portage, Mich.
Kevin Alston, Silver Spring, Md.
Josimer Altidore, Boca Raton, Fla.
Anthony Ampaipitakwong, Carrollton, Texas
Bryan Arguez, Miami, Fla.
David Arvizu, Santa Ana, Calif.
Michael Balogun, Houston, Texas
Edgar Barajas, Pacoima, Calif.
Joseph Bendik, Marietta, Ga.
Josh Bienenfeld, Huntingdon Valley, Pa.
Brant Bishop, Parkville, Mo.
Mark ...

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YOUTH: Schulz calls up 30 players for U-20 women's camp

Twenty-seven of the top young womenÆs college players join three high school seniors in US. U-20 national team coach Tim SchulzÆs nine-day training camp Jan. 2-10 at the Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. The U.S. U-20s begin final preparations for the CONCACAF WomenÆs U-20 Qualifying Tournament Jan. 18-27 in Veracruz, Mexico. The top three finishers in the tournament will ...
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SOCCER ON TV: Your Viewing Guide

TUESDAY, Dec. 20

SETANTA SPORTS USA
English League Cup BIRMINGHAM-MAN. UTD., Quarterfinal (live), 2:30 pm.

WEDNESDAY, Dec. 21

FOX SOCCER CHANNEL
Italy LECCE-LAZIO (live), 2:30 pm

FOX SPORTS EN ESPANOL
Italy LECCE-LAZIO (live), 2:30 ...
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World Cup Countdown

By Paul Kennedy, Managing Editor

Soccer America Magazine

More than half the teams participating in the 2006 World Cup could have players based in Germany. The USA is represented with Kasey Keller (Borussia Moenchengladbach) and Steve Cherundolo (Hannover). Other Bundesliga 1 standouts could be key figures at the 2006 World Cup.

LUCIO (Brazil). Lucio has always loved to run and tackle - which ...
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Sunil Gulati

Interview by Mike Woitalla, Executive Editor

Soccer America Magazine

After 20 years of serving the U.S. Soccer Federation in various capacities, including the past five years as executive vice president, Sunil Gulati wants to be its president. So far, he is running uncontested in the election that takes place in March.

SOCCER AMERICA: What do you see as the main challenges facing ...
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The Soccer Life

By Mike Woitalla, Executive Editor

Soccer Amerca Magazine

The latest graduating class of U.S. SoccerÆs residency camp in Bradenton, Fla., reached the quarterfinals of the U-17 World Championship in September in a run that included a 3-1 win over Italy. We asked four of the young stars to look back on how they earned a place among the nationÆs elite teen players ...
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Major League Soccer

Best of MLS 2005

By Ridge Mahoney, Senior Editor

Soccer America Magazine

Few team sports are less suited to formal classification by position than soccer. Molding a figurine out of liquid soap would be easier than ranking interchangeable players in myriad formations and systems. The fluidity of play and freedom of movement mock arbitrary assessments.

Nonetheless, the rankings approximate a hierarchy of those players ...
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COLLEGE: 2005 NSCAA/adidas NAIA WomenÆs All-American Team



FIRST TEAM
G, Michele Gademans, Jr. Simon Fraser, Canada
D, Maiko Highashiyama, Fr., Martin Methodist, Japan
D, Erin Marcum, Sr. Indiana Wesleyan, Lexington, Ky.
D, Jackie Pronovost, Fr. Concordia-Ore., Milwaukie, Ore.
M, Jordan Bishop, Sr. Biola, Edmonds, Wash.
M, Carlen Oates, Sr. Simon Fraser, Canada
M, Clare Sykes, So. Martin Methodist, England
F, Shannon Coe, Sr. Azusa Pacific, ...

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COLLEGE: 2005 NSCAA/adidas NAIA MenÆs All-American Team



FIRST TEAM
POS. PLAYER, YEAR, SCHOOL, HOMETOWN
G, Jorundur Kristinsson, So. Auburn-Montgomery, Iceland
D, Hugh Davey, So. Embry-Riddle, Northern Ireland
D, Bonvenger Misiko, So. Lindsey Wilson, Kenya
D, Robert Oguda, Sr. Southern Nazarene, Kenya
M, Ben Callon, Sr. Rio Grande, England
M, Simon Mulama, Sr. Park, Kenya
M, Brian Ombiji, Sr. Lindsey Wilson, Kenya
M, Andriy Budnyy, Sr. ...

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COLLEGE: Maryland has Seitz set on title

Maryland won the NCAA Division I menÆs title 37 years after its first national championship when the Terrapins beat New Mexico, 1-0, Sunday in the final at the SAS Soccer Park in Cary, N.C.

The MenÆs College Cup victory came after three straight years during which Sasho Cirovski's Maryland team advanced to the final four only to fall in the ...
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WHAT THEYÆRE SAYING: Bruce Arena on the World Cup draw

U.S. national team coach Bruce Arena talked with the U.S. media by teleconference from Leipzig after the World Cop 2006 draw:

Opening comments:

ôWeÆre excited to learn about our opponents for the World Cup, and now the business of preparing our team begins. Obviously, we are in a group with some outstanding teams, in fact all three of them. Czech Republic, ...
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COLLEGE: NCAA Division I Men's Semifinals (Dec. 9)

Dec. 9 in Cary, N.C.

New Mexico 2 Clemson 1. Goals: Barklage (Boyens, Watson) 20, Boyens (Gualdarama) 63; Richards 40.

New Mexico -- Graczyk, Ashwill, Boyens, Wootton, Brown, Barklage, Moss, Watson, Gualdarama, Rowland, Bagwell. Subs: Danaher, Loeseth, Wright, Hanna.

Clemson -- Marfuggi, Gibson, Sturgis, OÆHara, H.Usry, B.Moore, Quintanar, Richards, Albright, Buchholz, J.Moore. Subs: Routh, Poe, Roberts

Referee: Terry Vaughn.

Att.: 8,645.

Dec. 9 in Cary, N.C.

Maryland ...
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WORLD CUP: USA lands in æHammer GroupÆ

''My grandfather had a picture of the Italian national team in his delicatessen in Brooklyn. ... Because my grandparents were born in Italy, IÆve always thought about playing Italy in a World Cup. That dream has come true. So thatÆs nice, in terms of heritage. IÆm not sure how nice it will be playing them.''

-- U.S. coach Bruce Arena, whose ...
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