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Home > Soccer America Daily > Thursday, June 11, 2009
[HEXAGONAL] Qualifying for the World Cup is a relatively straightforward process: win all your home games and take the odd point on the road and you should go through. It's been a winning formula for the USA in the last three Hexagonals, where three of the six teams advance to ... Read the whole story
[HEXAGONAL] Mexico avoided the unthinkable but just barely. It got goals early in both halves from Argentine-born Guillermo Franco and Oscar Rojas and edged Trinidad & Tobago, 2-1, at Azteca Stadium to move into fourth place at the halfway point of World Cup 2010 qualifying in the Concacaf zone. Honduras ... Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP 2010 QUALIFYING] Argentina doesn't like to play at altitude. After falling to Bolivia, 6-1, at 12,000 feet above sea level in La Paz in April, it traveled to Quito and lost to Ecuador, 2-0, at 9,300 feet above sea level. Coach Diego Maradona remained confident Argentina would qualify ... Read the whole story
[MLS] To the critics of slow starts, which have been the rule rather than the exception since the team moved from San Jose to Houston, Dynamo players, coaches and fans reply thusly: Read the whole story
[U.S. OPEN CUP] The Ocean City Barons became the first PDL team to beat a higher ranked team in the U.S. Open Cup when they beat Crystal Palace Baltimore of the USL Second Division, 3-0. In Wednesday's other makeup game, USL2's Real Maryland edged the Aegean Hawks, 1-0, in a ... Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"It was something I've been waiting for a long time. Something that I always dreamed about, playing with the national team and scoring with them. A great feeling." -- Giuseppe Rossi, who was born in New Jersey and lived there until age 13 when he moved to Italy to join Parma's youth system in 2000, on scoring his first goal for the Italian national team on Saturday in a 3-1 win over Northern Ireland. Rossi is at the Confederations Cup with Italy, which plays the USA on Monday. (New York Times) ...More

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