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Home > Youth Soccer Reporter > Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013
[UNDER-17 WORLD CUP] Mexico, winner of the 2011 Under-17 World Cup, has come back from a 6-1 loss in its opening game to reach the semifinals of the 2013 tournament in the United Arab Emirates with a 12-round shootout win over Brazil, which went into the game at Dubai's Rashid ... Read the whole story
[SOCCER ON THE AIR] The two semifinals and placement games at the Concacaf Under-17 Women's Championship will air on premium channel Fox Soccer Plus and digital platform Fox Soccer 2Go. The USA-Mexico semifinal and championship game on Fox Soccer Plus will be delayed. Read the whole story

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Concacaf in transition: developing the strengths concept

The news out of the United Arab Emirates was good for Concacaf. Mexico and Honduras reached the quarterfinals of the Under-17 World Cup, and Mexico, a winner in a 12-round shootout over Brazil, moved into the semifinals. ...More

The Tab Ramos way must be the future for American soccer

A few weeks back, in this column, Tab Ramos laid out his thoughts on coaching. What he had to say should be of vital interest to anyone involved in coaching, and in the development of the sport in this country. Yes, I am partisan on this issue, so let's get that out of the way immediately. I stand by what I said when I introduced the Ramos columns at the beginning of this month: ...More



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