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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, June 28, 2006
"We may have a team of old men, but we know how to be patient. Younger people run out of breath." -- French coach Raymond Domenech on the Bleus, who upset red-hot Spain, 3-1, in the round of 16 of the World Cup despite starting five players who are 30 ... Read the whole story
FIFA reduced its officiating corps at the World Cup down to 12 teams of refereees and assistant referees. Among those retained were Uruguayan referee Jorge Larrionda, who sent off Pablo Mastroeni and Eddie Pope in the USA's incident-filled 1-1 tie with Italy, and German Markus Merk, whose penalty call sent ... Read the whole story
The USA will finish tied with Iran for 25th in the overall 2006 World Cup standings -- both finished with one point and 2-6 goal difference -- ahead of only Trinidad & Tobago at 27th, Saudi Arabia and Japan tied at 28th, Togo at 30th, Costa Rica at 31st and ... Read the whole story
Saturday's Argentina-Mexico game on Univision drew 6.7 million viewers, including 4.3 million in the all-important 18-49 year-old category, making it the most-watched sports telecast ever broadcast on Spanish-language television. The game was also the fifth most watched broadcast of any type in Spanish-language television history. Read the whole story
Monday's trade of defender Todd Dunivant to the New York Red Bulls is just the beginning of the Los Angeles Galaxy's overhaul under new coach Frank Yallop. Besides Dunivant, who played every minute for the Galaxy at left back during its 2005 championship campaign, the Galaxy got rid of midfielder Marcelo ... Read the whole story
Chicago's Eclipse Select had five girls teams advance to the finals of the 2006 Region II championships. On the boys side, three Chicago Magic teams won their semifinal encounters. For complete Region II semifinal scores: Read the whole story
For all the week's World Cup action and MLS games: Read the whole story

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