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Home >Youth Soccer Reporter > Friday, Oct. 31, 2008
Nine pro players based in seven different countries were included in the squad U.S. under-20 national team coach Thomas Rongen named for the trip to Madrid, Spain from Nov. 15-23. Read the whole story
Play has begun at the inaugural Under-17 Women's World Cup in New Zealand. Both the United States and Canada are loaded with college prospects. (In the case of Canada, it has one player already in college: Memphis freshman Julia Ignacio.) Here's a look at who is going where, based on ... Read the whole story
South Carolina's Bridge Futbol Alliance has opened up a five-point lead in the U.S. Soccer Academy's Atlantic Division U-15/16 age group. Read the whole story
U.S. Youth Soccer will hold its annual Olympic Development Program tournaments for regional teams over the Thanksgiving holiday. Read the whole story
Needham (Mass.) High School boys coach Don Brock won his 600th career when the Rockets beat Braintree, 3-0, on Monday night. Read the whole story
Unbeaten Sacramento Jesuit remained No. 1 in the NSCAA/adidas High School Boys Rankings. St. Anthony's of New York and Norfolk (Va.) Academy are 2-3. For the complete Top 25 ... Read the whole story
The Pennington School is still No. 1 in the NSCAA/adidas High School Girls Rankings. McDonogh School of Maryland and Lincoln of Oregon moved up one spot each to No. 2 and No. 3, respectively. For the complete Top 25 ... Read the whole story
Division leaders after games through Sunday in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy are: U/17-18s -- Santa Cruz County Breakers (Northwest), Chivas USA (SoCal), Andromeda (Texas), Richmond Kickers (Atlantic), Clearwater Chargers (Southeast); U-15/16s -- Washington Premier FC (Northwest), LA Galaxy (SoCal), FC Dallas U16 (Texas), Bridge FA (Atlantic), Schulz Academy (South). ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"We think it's wrong to charge families for the utilization of this soccer field. It's a surprise to us." -- Manitoba Premier Gary Doer, objecting to the Winnipeg Soccer Federation Indoor Soccer Complex plans to charge adults a $1.70 admission fee. The provincial government contributed $2.9  million to the cost of the $10.7-million complex. He said an admission fee for parents to watch their children play was never part of the deal. (Winnipeg Sun) ...More


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