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Home > Youth Soccer Reporter > Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2009
The U.S. under-17 national team brought in two much-heralded prospects -- Sebastian Lletget and Bobby Wood -- for its week-long training camp in Madrid that concludes Sunday. Read the whole story
On a recent Thursday night, the Pleasanton (Calif.) Marriott was quiet except for a flurry of activity down a side corridor. Dozens of young girls, the oldest in college sweatshirts, and their families were milling around outside the banquet room. Inside, the podium table stretched from one wall to the ... Read the whole story
Major girls clubs have announced the signings of dozens of players to college letters of intent. For a look at where girls are headed at top-ranked clubs ... Read the whole story
U.S. Youth Soccer ODP boys teams went 1-1-1 on the first day of play at the 2009 International Festival in Argentina. The Region II '93s produced the best result when they beat Tristan Suarez, 1-0, on a goal by Eric Miller of the Minnesota Thunder Academy. For all the rosters ... Read the whole story
U.S. Soccer is teaming up with the U.S. Soccer Foundation and Nike to launch a scholarship program to enable more players to participate in its Development Academy program, which began in 2007. Read the whole story
Olympic gold medalist Shannon MacMillan has left her position as assistant coach at UCLA to take the position of director of coaching for competitive girls with Southern California's Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks. Read the whole story
U.S. Club Soccer announced plans for a second regional league to kick off in May. The Southeast Regional League (U-13, U-15 and U-17 boys and girls) will be split into two divisions. Read the whole story


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"We fully understand that this is a long-term project, While clubs develop new strategies to eliminate expenses for players, ultimately the burden of some of the costs falls to the families. We don't want that to be a reason to not be a part of our program." -- Development Academy Technical Director John Hackworth on reducing player expenses. U.S. Soccer is teaming up with the U.S. Soccer Foundation and Nike to launch a Development Academy scholarship program. ...More


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