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Home > Soccer America Daily > Thursday, June 10, 2010
[USA-ENGLAND COUNTDOWN] The U.S. players have been pondering the idea of facing England in the World Cup for six months. In the final days leading up to the match, reality has set in. They will face a forward of electrifying pace, utter commitment and endless energy in Wayne Rooney. They ... Read the whole story
[UNDER THE MICROSCOPE] One of only three U.S. players on the current World Cup team to have traveled to the past two competitions, right back Steve Cherundolo has been locked in a duel for the past year with Jonathan Spector for the starting spot. Cherundolo played in all three warm-up ... Read the whole story
[MY VIEW] Online bookmakers, led by British firms such as William Hill, expect billions of dollars of World Cup wagers from around the globe. I put much thought and time into the making my tournament predictions for Soccer America, but would I bet on them? Read the whole story
Soccer America will begin expanded coverage of the World Cup on Friday when it introduces "Special Edition: World Cup Afternoon Report" e-newsletter. It will supplement Soccer America Daily, which will be sent each day during the World Cup at 3 a.m. ET so readers in South Africa for the World ... Read the whole story
[SOCCER AMERICA PREDICTIONS] The World Cup begins on Friday when South Africa hosts Mexico and France meets Uruguay in Group A. The pressure will be on Bafana Bafana to extend the unbeaten record of the host nation in its opening game at the World Cup. France and Uruguay will try ... Read the whole story
[MLS] So impressive has the Galaxy been during its unbeaten start to the season that only extraordinary forces could undo what is has accomplished. Read the whole story
[TV WATCH] Bygone are the days when access to a television was required in order to enjoy the beautiful game of soccer. If you find yourself stuck away from your television and are desperate to catch a World Cup match, just use your phone. Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP ROSTERS] The 736 players at the World Cup range in size from Serbia's Nikola Zigic, the tallest at almost 6-foot-8, to England's Aaron Lennon, the smallest at 5-foot-5. England, Germany and Italy consist entirely of dmoestic-based players, while Nigeria is the only team whose squad is entirely foreign-based. ... Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"It might not be pretty."-- England midfielder Joe Cole gets fans excited about England's World Cup opener against the USA on Saturday. (AP) ...More

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