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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, June 13, 2007
The Gold Cup is derided for its slipshod organization and paltry promotion in English-language outlets, but as a competitive event, in many respects it stands up. Case in point: For all the importance placed on a team winning its first game, just doing so is no guarantee of advancement, even ... Read the whole story
Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney grades the U.S. players' performance in their 4-0 Gold Cup win over El Salvador ... Read the whole story
Group play concludes with two Group C games in Houston: Mexico-Panama on Univision and Honduras-Cuba on TeleFutura. Mexico advances to the quarterfinals with a win. A tie or loss could set up a USA-Mexico meeting in the quarterfinals and a loss could knock the Tri out altogether. Read the whole story
[U.S. OPEN RESULTS] Goalkeeper Jorge Muniz stopped Brazilian World Cup champion Zinho on one attempt from the penalty spot and then converted the deciding penalty kick himself to give the El Paso Patriots of the PDL a 4-2 victory in a shootout over the USL-1's Miami FC Tuesday night in ... Read the whole story
Rising Akron senior Pablo Moreira scored four goals to give the Bradenton Academics a 7-0 victory at the Cocoa Expos and take over first place in the PDL's Southeast Division. The Tacoma Tide moved into first place in the Northwest Division with a 3-0 over the Cascade Surge on goals ... Read the whole story
The Washington Freedom improved to 4-0-0 on the season by beating the Western Massachusetts Lady Pioneers (7-0) and Boston Renegades (4-0). Ali Andrzejewski had a hat trick against the Pioneers and added a goal against the Renegades. Rebecca Moros scored two goals against Boston. The only other unbeaten and untied ... Read the whole story
Greenville (S.C.) High School and Waubonsie Valley High School of Aurora, Ill., finished as the top-ranked teams in the final NSCAA/adidas National High School Rankings for boys and girls, respectively. For the final Boys and Girls Top 20 spring rankings ... Read the whole story
[TELEVISION] ESPNU, the 24-hour college sports network, and, ESPN's broadband service, will combine to broadcast all 52 matches at the U-20 World Cup in Canada June 30-July 22. ESPNU will feature all U.S. team matches in pool play, plus the entire round of 16, quarterfinals, semifinals and championship match. Read the whole story


"If you want to play sports, it's possible to play sports at any altitude in the world." -- Bolivian President Evo Morales, winded but smiling after scoring the winning goal against a team of local mountaineers in a match that was played on icy boulders 19,700 feet high in the Andes but lasted only about 15 minutes, including the time spent recovering the ball after it skittered away down the slope. Morales set up the game as a show of national unity to protest FIFA's decision to ban games at altitude. (AP) ...More

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