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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, June 27, 2007
With more than a month to go before the deadline to apply to the U.S. Soccer Development Academy, 21 clubs have already been accepted to field boys U-16 and U-18 teams in the program that launches next fall. The Academy, an extension of the U.S. national team program, was unveiled ... Read the whole story
[CLUB PROFILE]. Nomads SC of Southern California, a pioneer in American youth soccer, was one of the first clubs accepted by the U.S. Soccer Development Academy. In the first of a Soccer America series profiling the clubs that will field teams, we look at Nomads, which were founded in 1976 ... Read the whole story
Longtime MLS star Jaime Moreno celebrated his return to the Copa America after an eight-year absence by scoring by help Bolivia tie host Venezuela, 2-2, Tuesday on the opening day of the 12-team South American championship. In the other Group A opener, Peru shocked Uruguay, 3-0, on goals by Miguel ... Read the whole story
The 2007 Copa America continues Wednesday with two games, including the showdown between defending champion Brazil and 2007 Gold Cup runner-up Mexico, which will be shown in prime time on Univision, reflecting the huge interest in the tournament in Latino communities across the country. For the complete Copa America TV ... Read the whole story
[PREVIEW] Gold Cup runner-up Mexico will be jumping out of the frying pan into the fire when it opens Group B play on Wednesday in Puerto Ordaz. After losing yet again to the United States, Mexico must face defending champion Brazil to open the Copa America (TV: Univision, Gol TV-English, ... Read the whole story
[OBITUARY] Jupp Derwall, who coached Germany to the 1980 European Championship title and 1982 World Cup final, died Tuesday at the age of 80 after a short illness. When Derwall was named West German national team coach in 1978, he was only its third full-time head coach, following the legendary ... Read the whole story
[U.S. OPEN CUP RESULTS] The Rochester Rhinos needed an overtime goal from Aaran Lines to beat the West Mass Pioneers of the USL Second Division, 2-1, and avoid an upset in the second round of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. The Richmond Strikers, the 1995 Open Cup champions, and ... Read the whole story
[TRANSFER TALK] No team has been as aggressive on the transfer market as Bayern Munich, which was dethroned as German champion and failed to qualify for next season's Champions League. Its signing of Germany striker Miroslav Klose from Bundesliga rival Werder Bremen took its spending on players during the offseason ... Read the whole story

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"Young players are a little bit like melons. Only when you open and taste the melon are you 100 percent sure that the melon is good. Sometimes you have beautiful melons but they don't taste very good and some other melons are a bit ugly and when you open them, the taste is fantastic." -- Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho chimes in on youth development (Sky Sports) ...More

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