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Home >Youth Soccer Reporter > Saturday, April 4, 2009
The New York Red Bulls are the hottest team in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy's Under-15/16 age group. Their 12-0-3 record makes them only undefeated team left out of the 148 teams participating in the 2008-09 Academy. Read the whole story
The Dallas Texans Red and Andromeda will be in action Sunday in Dr. Pepper Dallas Cup Super Group play on the Opening Day slate at Pizza Hut Park. Read the whole story
Gale Abossoumonde and Amobi Okugo, members of the U.S. U-20 team that recently qualified for the 2009 U-20 World Cup, are among the 26 players U.S. under-18 boys national national team coach Mike Matkovich called in for the camp that begins April 18 at The Home Depot Center. Read the whole story
The U.S. under-17 boys national team rounded out their schedule of international friendlies in Buenos Aires with a 3-1 loss to Uruguay. Sebastian Lleget, recently called for the runup to Concacaf qualifying, scored the lone goal for the USA, which finished with a 1-2 record against South American teams. Read the whole story
The Region III ODP girls 1994 team won its first three games at the U.S. Youth Soccer ODP 1994 Girls International Tournament in San Jose, Costa Rica. Read the whole story
John Burrill, executive director of the Massachusetts Youth Soccer Association died on March 29. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"I believe winning is fun and losing is for losers." -- Scituate (Mass.) coach Michael Kinahan in a letter to the kids on his team of 6- and 7-year-old girls dubbed "Green Death." Kinahan quit after his preseason manifesto shocked parents and league officials. Among other things, he told his players to be ready to play like a "Michael Vick pit bull," be prepared for "bumps, bruises and even bleed a little," and vowed to "heckle" young referees. (AP) ...More


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