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Home >Youth Soccer Reporter > Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2010
[U.S. UNDER-14 BOYS NATIONAL TEAM] Longtime staff coach Manny Schellscheidt will lead 36 players on the U.S. under-14 developmental team's annual trek to Guadalajara, Mexico, that begins Sunday. Read the whole story
[ID2] A team of 18 players born in 1996 and 1997 were selected for U.S. Club Soccer's  id2 national selection international tour to the Netherlands and Germany Feb. 5-14. Two players each from the San Diego Surf, PDA and Team Ohio were named to the team. Read the whole story
[U.S. UNDER-17 GIRLS NATIONAL TEAM] Morgan Brian, the lone holdover from the 2008 Under-17 World Cup, is one of three Ponte Vedra Storm players who head the U.S. under-17 women's national team roster for the first camp of what is a World Cup year. Read the whole story
[LAFC] The Los Angeles Futbol Club will now operate as part of the LAFC Foundation, expanding its work providing soccer opportunities for underserved youth in the United States and abroad. Read the whole story


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