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Home >Youth Soccer Reporter > Friday, Sept. 11, 2009
As U.S. Soccer readies to send a team to one Under-17 World Cup, it begins preparations for another Under-17 World Cup two years from now. U.S. under-17 coach Wilmer Cabrera welcomed 40 players for the 2009 fall semester at the Residency Program in Bradenton, Fla. Read the whole story
Soony Saad, the 2008 Under-15/16 Development Academy Player of the Year, is returning to Dearborn, Mich., for his senior year of high school but will play for the Derby County Wolves, not Vardar, which he left last fall to enter the U.S. U-17 resident program. Read the whole story
Eddie Henderson, one of the fastest college players during his heyday in the late 1980s, has joined Las Vegas club Neusport FC as director of coaching from this position as director of coaching of the Nevada State Soccer Association. Henderson, who starred at the University of Washington and represented the ... Read the whole story
Newcomer Weston FC swept all four games in the debut of its U-17/18 and U-15/16 teams in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy. The Florida club dominated during the abbreviated Labor Day schedule that kicked off the 2009-10 season for 77 clubs. Read the whole story
U.S. Club Soccer will take a boys team of the best players from this fall's id2 Regional Training Camps to the Netherlands and Germany for a 10-day trip next February. For fall id2 dates and locations ... Read the whole story
Chris Branscome, the director of marketing for U.S. Youth Soccer, has been named the chief executive officer of the Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer Association. In his new role, the Philadelphia Soccer Hall of Famer oversees all aspects of youth soccer operation and development in Eastern Pennsylvania. Read the whole story


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"It's going to be a disaster. Am I going to do everything I can to make this program go? You betcha. But I read the handwriting on the wall, and it's not going to be pretty." -- Alan Wharton, a referee assignor for New York's Public Schools Athletic League, on the projected 50 high school programs (25 boys and 25 girls) that might disband because of lack of players. This follows the move to shift the girls season from the spring to the fall, as part of an agreement made by the New York Department of Education and the New ...More


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