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WOITALLA: Mexican faithful ready to blame La Volpe

By Mike Woitalla
in Nuremberg


Coach Ricardo La Volpe paces the sidelines during Mexico's games looking like he slept at the train station along with the hundreds of Mexican fans who are often stranded in the German cities where El Tri plays.

La Volpe appears tired, angry and menacing. To the Mexican fans and press, he ...

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MAHONEY: Make plays, not excuses

By Ridge Mahoney
in Nuremberg

A few more rough pieces of luck befell the U.S. in its Group E match against Ghana, and again the Americans didn't get the job done.

A penalty kick whistled for what seemed to be innocuous contact when Oguchi Onyewu headed a ball clear was slammed into the net by Stephen Appiah. The ...

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Section 1: Klinsmann sets high goals

By Paul Kennedy
Managing Editor
Soccer America

Germany was one of only four teams to win all three group games at the 2006 World Cup -- its first clean sweep in the first stage since 1970 -- but that will be all forgottten if it doesn't make a long run ...

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A TEST BY JEFF

By Mike Woitalla in Hamburg

The cover of the Hamburger Morgenpost consisted of the black-red-gold German flag covered with the headline, "We're no longer embarrassed by these colors."

The nation's largest circulation daily, Bild, announced on its cover that "Black, Red and Gold is Cool," and compounded the good news for Germans with an adjacent article declaring that ...
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