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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2012
[OBITUARY: Harry Keough (1927-2012)] The first time I talked with Harry Keough about the 1950 World Cup defeat of England, three and a half decades had passed, yet the details still swirled in his mind. Sights and sounds and smells of the stadium in Belo Horizonte, Brazil; the numbing boredom ... Read the whole story
[IN MEMORIAM] Harry Keough, who died on Tuesday at age 84, is best known for his part in the USA's 1-0 win over England at the 1950 World Cup. But Keough also represented the USA at two Olympic Games. Read the whole story
[SCOREBOARD] The Portland Timbers got goals from Futty Danso, Bright Dike, James Marcelin and Jorge Perlaza to beat the defending MLS champion Los Angeles Galaxy, 4-1, in preseason action. The first two goals were set up by trialist Franck Songo'o -- the 24-year-old son of former Cameroon keeper Jacques Songo'o ... Read the whole story
[MLS TRANSACTIONS] Brazilian Juninho will be playing for the Los Angeles Galaxy in 2012 after all. The 23-year-old midfielder, a starter on the 2011 MLS championship team, had returned to Brazil with the intention to play for Sao Paulo, which had loaned him out to the Galaxy in 2010 and ... Read the whole story
[AFRICA CUP OF NATIONS] Zambia and Mali will be underdogs when they face Ghana and Ivory Coast, respectively, in the semifinals of the Africa Cup of Nations, but both teams, coached by Frenchmen, enter the game full of confidence. The Chipolopolo, Zambia's team of no-names, is seeking its first appearance ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK] The highlight of last weekend's 0-0 tie between Liverpool and Tottenham came when grey and white tabby took the field in the 10th minute. Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"His [Harry Keough] greatest legacy is his ability to give back to the game. He set an example for how it should be done, how you played and how you went about your business off the field. ... What I really remember is his willingness to help other players, other coaches. Tha's a tremendous attribute. That's what stands out. He was a true gentleman."-- Dan Flynn, secretary general of U.S. Soccer and a former player under Harry Keough at St. Louis University. Keough died on Tuesday at age 84. (St. Louis Today) ...More

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