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Home >Youth Soccer Reporter > Saturday, Oct. 17, 2009
FIFA's release of the official rosters for the Under-17 World Cup, beginning Oct. 26 in Nigeria, included at least one surprise in the U.S. squad. Attacking midfielder Sebastian Lletget, one of the stars of the USA's qualifying campaign in Tijuana, was not on Coach Wilmer Cabrera's 21-player roster. Read the whole story
FC Dallas midfielder Bryan Leyva has been called up by Mexico to play in the U-17 World Cup in Nigeria. Read the whole story
What do you do when you've got 11 missed calls on your phone and you realize the message on your phone was that you've been called up to train with the U.S. national team? What's it like to be a teenager and train with the big boys? Goalie Bill Hamid, ... Read the whole story
With the end of the 2009 Under-20 World Cup, work has begun on identifying players for the U.S. team that will attempt to qualify for the 2011 Under-20 World Cup. U.S. U-18 national team coach Mike Matkovich brought in 36 players born in 1992 and 1993 for a training camp ... Read the whole story
Twelve teams from six preliminary tournaments will compete Saturday and Sunday in Washington, D.C., for a berth to represent the United States at the Volkswagen Junior Masters World Tournament in South Africa. Read the whole story
U.S. Club Soccer has announced dates and locations for the 2010 National Cup IX. For more information ... Read the whole story


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"This is a wonderful historic event for Africa. Now Africans can believe in themselves that they can do it. We've shown them the way. Africa will surely have a lot of hope and confidence that they can do it like we did here." -- Ghana coach Sellas Tetteh after the Black Satellites won the Under-20 World Cup on penalty kicks over Brazil, saying that their success will inspire other African teams to do well at the World Cup next year in South Africa. (AP) ...More


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