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Home > Soccer America Daily > Sunday, Sept. 7, 2008
Mike Woitalla reports from Havana In what was surely the least intimidating atmosphere the USA will face in their 2010 World Cup qualifying campaign, it eked out a 1-0 over Cuba in Havana. The Cuban fans filled only half the Pedro Marrero Stadium and were more than 30 yards from ... Read the whole story
[CUBA-USA REPORT CARD] Soccer America's Mike Woitalla grades the U.S. players' performance in their 1-0 win over Cuba on Saturday. ... Read the whole story
Against Cuba, Clint Dempsey was moved from the frontline into the midfield and scored his third goal of the qualifying campaign after striking twice in the preliminary round against Barbados. After the game, he spoke about the Cuban fans' warm reception ... Read the whole story
Books and artwork are among the few items the U.S. Department of the Treasury allows Americans to bring back from Cuba, so I take a walk down the Paseo de Prado where Havana artists sell their paintings. But on Saturday the pedestrian-only path is overrun by about a hundred young ... Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP 2010 QUALIFYING] Canada's World Cup 2010 hopes appear to be over after it fell to Honduras, 2-1, in Montreal on Saturday, leaving it with one point after two games at home and a date at Mexico on Wednesday in Group B in front of it. Read the whole story
The surprise of the opening day of play in Europe was France's 3-1 loss to Austria that will put new pressure on Coach Raymond Domenech to resign. Italy needed a stoppage time goal to beat Cyprus, 2-1. It wasn't until after halftime that England scored against Andorra. Two Joe Cole ... Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"There wasn't much soccer played in either game. Just a lot of kicking balls." -- U.S. defender Carlos Bocanegra on the USA's first two games of the semifinal round of 2010 World Cup qualifying: Saturday's 1-0 win at Cuba and a victory by the same score Aug. 20 at Guatemala. ...More

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