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Home > Soccer America Daily > Friday, June 24, 2011
[USA-MEXICO] After 24 games in 12 cities spread across 20 days, the two Concacaf powers are set for another showdown when the USA and Mexico play for the Gold Cup title Saturday at the Rose Bowl. Neither team has taken as a smooth a path as it would have liked ... Read the whole story
[BY THE NUMBERS] A case can be made that the Gold Cup is the most popular of the regional championships. In addition, the 2011 edition of the Concacaf championship is set to break a scoring mark not seen since 1996 and has been a ratings success on Univision and Fox ... Read the whole story
Dennis Marshall, who scored the equalizer for Costa Rica in its Gold Cup quarterfinal match on Saturday at the New Meadowlands Stadium, was killed Thursday afternoon, along with his wife, Meylin Masis Castro, when his Mazda collided with a truck 12 miles east of the Costa Rican capital of San ... Read the whole story
[SCOREBOARD] Roger Levesque scored his first two goals of the season to give the Seattle Sounders a 4-2 victory over the visiting New York Red Bulls on Thursday night before 46,065 fans at Seattle's renamed CenturyLink Field. Levesque's late goals rescued the Sounders, who had blown a 2-0 lead after 12 ... Read the whole story
[SCOREBOARD] Souleymane Coulibaly scored four goals in the space of less than 40 minutes to lead Ivory Coast to a 4-2 win over Denmark at the U-17 World Cup in Guadalajara, Mexico. Brazil and Germany joined Mexico and Uruguay as the only teams with win two games with victories on ... Read the whole story
[WOMEN'S WORLD CUP COUNTDOWN] Like it did in 2007, the USA will open play at the Women's World Cup against North Korea. But when the Koreans take to the field Tuesday at Dresden's Rudolf-Harbig Stadium (TV: ESPN, Univision, live, 12:15 P.M. ET), they will bear little resemblance to the team ... Read the whole story
[DATEBOOK] Saturday's game between the Philadelphia Independence and magicJack is the last Women's Professional Soccer game before it breaks for the Women's World Cup. The Carolina RailHawks look to extend their winning to streak to nine games when they face the last-place Atlanta Silverbacks in the NASL. USL PRO's overall ... Read the whole story
[CPISRA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS] The USA beat Ireland, 3-2, at the 2011 CPISRA 7-a-side World Championships in the Netherlands to claim one of the seven berths in next year's Paralympic Games in London. Read the whole story

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"There are some things that even police officers are aware of. One of them is called the First Amendment. I don't condone the use of profanity, I don't agree with it, but it does happen to be a protected right. However, I think the stadium as a property owner can restrict certain behavior."-- Foxboro, Mass., police Chief Edward O’Leary after four New England Revolution fans were arrested during last Saturday's game against Chicago after a profanity-laced chant, prompting hard-core regulars to accuse team officials of squelching free speech. O’Leary, however, said three people were put into protective custody for being ...More

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