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Home >Special Edition > Sunday, Aug. 10, 2008
"Not too many people gave us a chance tonight against the European champions, but we were very close to beating them. We have unfinished business." -- U.S. coach Peter Nowak after the 2-2 tie with the Netherlands. Read the whole story
Late goal denies U.S. historic win Crushing disappointments are all too common in soccer, for deserving teams sometimes fail to win, and last-second catastrophes can undo what transpired the previous hour and a half. On both fronts, the U.S. men's team took a kick in the teeth Sunday against the ... Read the whole story
[USA-NETHERLANDS REPORT CARD] Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney grades the U.S. players' performance in their 2-2 tie with the Netherlands on Sunday ... Read the whole story
[REACTION] With the need to get a result against Nigeria a distinct possibility -- and Freddy Adu and Michael Bradley both suspended -- the U.S. players immediately turned their attention to Wednesday's Group B finale ... Read the whole story
Argentina, Brazil and Italy all clinched berths in the quarterfinals with their second wins of the tournament. Argentina needed a late goal from Ezequiel Lavezzi to beat Australia, 1-0. Ronaldinho scored twice for Brazil in its 5-0 win over New Zealand, while New Jersey product Giuseppe Rossi scored for the ... Read the whole story
Soccer action resumes on Tuesday when the U.S. women close out group play against New Zealand. Complete soccer coverage is available on the NBC Olympic Soccer Channel and online at nbcolympics.com. Check with your television provider for the availability of the NBC Olympic Soccer Channel Read the whole story



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