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Home > Soccer America Daily > Friday, Sept. 11, 2009
[U.S. SOCCER] After Mexico beat the USA, 2-1, at Azteca Stadium last month, Landon Donovan grumbled about Israel Castro's equalizer, a searing strike from well outside the penalty area that tied the game in the 19th minute.WEEKEND UPDATES ... College Men: Weekend Scoreboard College Women: Weekend Scoreboard Read the whole story
[MLS PREDICTIONS] San Jose takes the week off as the other 14 teams resume regular service. Conference leaders Columbus and Houston meet on Sunday, the same day Chivas USA and New England - tied with 33 points and both with eight games to play - square off at Home Depot ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] The Ochoa family of Riverside, Calif., holds the distinction of being the first family to have three brothers playing abroad at the same time -- in three different countries no less. Read the whole story
[ENGLAND] There was good news and bad news for David Beckham following England's 5-1 win over Croatia that qualified it for the 2010 World Cup. The strong play of Tottenham's Aaron Lennon on the right side of midfield relegated him to the bench, but Coach Fabio Capello expressed confidence that ... Read the whole story
[EUROPEAN WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP] Three-time World Player of the Year Birgit Prinz waited until the final of the European Women's Championship to break out of her slump, scoring her first two goals of the tournament to lead Germany to a 6-2 win England in Thursday's final. The European title was the ... Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] In the wake of the Chinese Super League observing FIFA's international Fair Play Day last weekend, seven players and officials were suspended and fined for behavior that included spitting at a ref, throwing a shoe at a ref, and brawling. Read the whole story

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"It's hopeless. We are not a team, we are a collection of individuals - and even the individuals are not showing up." -- Osvaldo Ardiles, Argentine 1978 World Cup winner and former teammate of Diego Maradona, who as coach of Argentina has put the team in danger of missing the World Cup for the first time since 1970. (New York Times) ...More

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