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Home > Youth Soccer Reporter > Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2008
Two former members of the Phoenix area's Sereno Soccer Club were suspended by the Arizona Youth Soccer Association following its investigation into what it concluded was the forgery of a player form that resulted in Sereno being kicked out of this year's McGuire Cup finals. Read the whole story
Ryan Kawulok won three state titles with the Colorado Storm before joining the Colorado Rapids academy program, who opened in 2007. He is headed to the University of Portland. Read the whole story
The Disney Soccer Showcase under-16 all-stars, chosen from players competing at the 2007 Disney's Soccer Showcase, are headed to England to play in Chelsea's inaugural youth cup Aug. 22-25 against seven other youth teams. Read the whole story
It took six games, but the San Diego Surf finally got a win at the 2008 Nike Manchester United Premier Cup in England. Read the whole story
While regional leagues have been part of the soccer scene in Regions I-III for several years, Region IV struggled to get a competition off the ground. But this fall Region IV has attracted many of the region's top clubs that are competing in under-14 to under-18 boys and girls divisions ... Read the whole story


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"It's rare for a whole team of Sierra Leoneans to go abroad and come back. It goes to show what Sierra Leone can do when it puts its mind to it. We have managed to stick a feather in the cap for the country." -- Kweku Lisk, legal adviser to Sierra Leone youth club, FC Johansen, the first African team to compete in the 27-year history of the Mittnorden Cup. Swedish Honorary Consul Arne Johansen vouched for the club, made up of underprivileged children, many of them orphaned during the country's savage 1991-2002 civil war. His support prompted Sweden to ...More


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