• OFF THE POST: TV director pegged a hooligan
    Englishman Eden Diebel, 44, who has directed TV commercials for Coca-Cola, Mercedes and Smirnoff and earlier this year won an award at the Cannes Film Festival, has been found guilty of soccer hooliganism.Diebel, recently named one of the ''Top 10 New Directors'' by Campaign magazine, was among five West Ham fans caught by surveillance cameras throwing coins at Millwall fans and policemen last season during the London derby in which rioting broke out.He has been banned from attending games for five years, fined $4,350 and sentenced to 150 hours of community service.''You get a surprising mix of people involved in ...
  • MAKING A LIST: Bruce Arena's titles
    On Sunday, when the U.S. national team lifted the 2005 Gold Cup title - the regional championship of CONCACAF (North and Central America and the Caribbean) - it marked the third official tournament won by the U.S. national team. Also under Coach Bruce Arena, the USA won the 2002 Gold Cup. In 1991, under Coach Bora Milutinovic, the USA won the inaugural Gold Cup. Major titles won by Bruce Arena during his coaching career: 2005 Gold Cup (USA) 2002 Gold Cup (USA) 1998 Interamerican Cup (D.C. United) 1998 CONCACAF Champions Cup (D.C. United) 1997 MLS ...
  • WPSL: Reults (July 23-24)
    July 23Ajax America 3 (Boswell 14, Arkenberg pen. 43, Edwards 61) San Diego 1 (Jouglet 88).Bay State 4 (Norohna 4, D. Lima 9, McGregor 30, Fairweather 62) Boston-North 2 (Macdonald 40, McHugh 70).New England 3 (Connors 23, Schnur 45, Kosloski 68) Steel City 1 (Gantz 87).Rhode Island 2 (Ciccone 20, Lanzire 76) Maryland 1 (McNeill 75).San Francisco 2 (Guzinski 75, Blazeski 81) Elk Grove 1 (Wrightsman 47).Houston 2 (Flores 37, Hance 52) FC Indiana 5 (Levya 3, St. Louis 50, Bock 62, Perez 62, 66).Utah 2 (Campbell 19, Hoover 35) Las Vegas 2 (goalscorers n/a).July 24Boston-North 0 Philadelphia 1 (Davies ...
  • SOCCER ON TV (thru 8/1): Your Viewing Guide
    (All times ET unless noted. Consult your regular television listings guides for availability in your area. Schedules are subject to change.) FRIDAY, July 29FOX SOCCER CHANNELUSL First Division VANCOUVER-SEATTLE (live), 11 pm.GOL TVInternational Friendly BOCA JUNIORS-PORTO (live), 1 pm.International Friendly AJAX-ARSENAL (live), 3 pm.SATURDAY, July 30ABCMLS MLS ALL-STARS-FULHAM (live), 3:30 pm.FOX SPORTS EN ESPANOLMexican First Division VERACRUZ-ATLAS (live), 8 pm.AZTECA AMERICAMexican First Division CRUZ AUL-MORELIA (live), 6 pm.Mexican First Division DORADOS-ATLANTE (live), 8 pm.GALAVISIONMexican First Division MONTERREY-PACHUCA (live), 6 pm.Mexican First Division NECAXA-TOLUCA (delay), 10 pm.GOL TVCopa UNCAF FIRPO-COMUNICACIONES (delay), 9 am.Copa Amsterdam BOCA-PORTO (delay), 11 am.Copa Amsterdam AJAX-ARSENAL ...
  • GOLD CUP: 2005 All-Tournament Team
    GOALKEEPER Jaime Penedo (Panama) DEFENDERS Oguchi Onyewu (USA) Felipe Baloy (Panama) Samuel Caballero (Honduras) MIDFIELDERS DaMarcus Beasley (USA) Landon Donovan (USA) Jairo Patino (Colombia) Luis Perez (Mexico) FORWARDS Luis Tejada (Panama) Wilmer Velasquez (Honduras) Tressor Moreno (Colombia) *Selected by the CONCACAF technical study group.
  • WINNERS & LOSERS: USA takes Gold Cup; Galaxy falls at home to Adu goal
    Winners: After 120 minutes of scoreless play, the USA downed Panama in a penalty-kick tiebreaker, 3-1, to win the 2005 Gold Cup. U.S. goalkeeper Kasey Keller and his counterpart, Jaime Penedo, each made several big saves before the shootout in which two Panamanians missed and Luis Tejada was stopped by Keller. Santino Quaranta, Landon Donovan and Brad Davis scored on their PKs; Chris Armas' attempt was saved by Penedo. BENNY FEILHABER, a walk-on at UCLA in 2003, has signed with German First Division club Hamburg SV. Real Betis, Espanyol, Mallorca, Ajax Amsterdam, Heerenveen, Borussia ...
  • WPSL: Final Four Schedule
    SemifinalsJuly 30 in Agawam, Mass.California Storm vs. Pittsburgh SparksNew England Mutiny vs. FC IndianaFinalJuly 31 in Agawam, Mass.For information regarding the WPSL National Championship Tournament call, (413) 330-WPS
  • USL: First & Second Division Summaries (July 18-24)
    USL First DivisionJuly 18Minnesota 1 (C Dombrowski 86) Rochester 3 (Wilson 20, Bolanos 65, Aguilera 77).July 20Toronto 2 (Fraser 19, Gbeke 37) Atlanta 1 (Dawkins 20).July 22Charleston 2 (Martinez 23, Hollingsworth 89) Puerto Rico 1 (own goal 27).Toronto 0 Montreal 1 (Biello 38).Richmond 0 Rochester 0.July 23Virginia Beach 2 (Nusum 55, Sepuya 86) Rochester 1 (Carabajal 61).Seattle 1 (Whitfield 83) Minnesota 0.July 24Montreal 2 (Roberto 52, Biello 72) Toronto 1 (Mattacchione 30).Atlanta 1 (Rios pen. 18) Puerto Rico 3 (Salles pen. 30, 59, Villegas 42).Vancouver 2 (Jordan 73, 90) Minnesota 1 (Alberts 57).USL Second DivisionJuly 22Northern Virginia 3 (James 72, ...
  • W-LEAGUE: Results (July 18-24)
    July 18Seattle 2 (Baysa 12, Garbin 21) Fort Collins 1 (Stevens 72).July 19West Michigan 4 (Capel 2, Vierling 73, Vander Kodde 96, Braam 100) Chicago 4 (Krivacek 57, 81, Masar 98, 105).July 20Carolina 1 (Yates 12) Hampton Roads 3 (Akide 13, 31, 76).Northern Virginia 1 (Jimenez 43) Richmond 2 (Sandvig 86, Kidwell 94).July 21Carolina 0 Central Florida 1 (J Montgomery 38).July 22Cleveland 4 (Kurz 15, Rostedt 58, 65, 74) West Michigan 0.Western Mass 2 (Beamon 8, 13) New Hampshire 0.London 2 (Bonasia 15, Heydorn 80) Detroit 1 (Dobbyn 90).New Jersey 2 (White 8, Grubb 79) Boston 0.Fort Collins 1 (Robertson ...
  • GOLD CUP: USA wins title thanks to shootout win over Panama
    The United States won the Gold Cup for the third time Sunday at when it beat Panama on penalty kicks after the final at Giants Stadium ended in a 0-0 tie.In the shootout, Kasey Keller saved PanamaÆs first attempt by Luis Tejada, and then got some help from the crossbar and a clear miss over the frame. On the U.S. end, Santino Quaranta and Landon Donovan buried their attempts from the spot before Brad Davis secured the 3-1 victory with a well-placed shot to the right corner.The U.S. previously won the inaugural Gold Cup tournament in 1991, also on PKs ...
  • NORDIC CUP: U.S. Summaries (July 22-24)
    July 22 in SaffleUSA 4 Denmark 0. Goals: Lloyd 40, 80, Rapinoe 89, Cheney 90.USA -- Barnhart, Fletcher (Buehler, 46; Castelanelli, 50), Maxwell (Huffman, 60), Oakes, Lopez, Buczkowski, Lloyd, Tarpley (Rapinoe, 80), Chalupny, OÆReilly, Rodriguez (Cheney, 46).Denmark -- Graversen. P.Pedersen, Nielsen, L.Pedersen, Haastrup, Jorgensen (K.Pedersen, 73), Andersen, Larsen, Johansen, Kristensen (Vester, 66), Christensen.Referee: Eva Odlund (Sweden).Att.: 500.July 24 in KarlskogaUSA 3 Germany 1. Goals: O'Reilly 27, Tarpley 64, 69; Neumann.USA -- Barnhart, Fletcher (Castelanelli, 75), Buehler, Oakes, Lopez, Buczkowski, Lloyd (Rodriguez, 58), Chalupny (Huffman, 75), Tarpley, O'Reilly (Makoski, 75), Cheney (Rapinoe, 71).Germany -- Holl, Bonn, Krahn, Rach, Zietz, Bartusiak, Partzsch ...
  • U.S. CLUB SOCCER: 2005 U-12 to U-14 Boys & U-12 to U-15 Girls National Cup IV Champions
    Premier BoysU12 û CASL (NC)U13 û Slammers FC (CA)U14 û Bridge FA (SC)Super Group BoysU13 û Chicago Magic (IL)U14 û Goldstar SC (NC)Premier GirlsU12 û Santa Rosa United (CA)U13 û Chicago Magic (IL)U14 û Central Valley Mercury (CA)U15 û Slammers FC (CA)
  • U.S. WOMEN: USA beats Iceland with second-half surge
    The U.S. women's national team scored three goals in a six-minute span in the second half to defeat Iceland, 3-0, Sunday in its final match of the summer.Danielle Fotopoulos got two in two minutes, while Shannon Boxx added the clincher in the boiling heat at the Home Depot Center.With the win, the USA moved to 7-0-0 in 2005 and extended its shutout streak to eight matches. The U.S. women have not allowed a goal this year while scoring 21.Two players earned their first career caps as Lori Lindsey came on for Angela Hucles in the 63rd minute, and Angie Woznuk, ...
  • MLS STATISTICS (through July 24)
    MLS STATISTICS (through July 24)STANDINGSEastern Conference Team W-L-T PTS Chicago 11-7-3 36New England 10-3-5 35D.C. United 8-6-5 29Kansas City 7-5-8 29Metrostars 6-6-7 25Columbus 6-10-3 21Western Conference Team W-L-T PTS FC Dallas 10-4-4 34San Jose 9-4-7 34Los Angeles 8-7-4 28Colorado 6-11-3 21Real Salt Lake 4-11-4 16Chivas USA 3-14-3 12SCHEDULE (home team first, times ET)Wednesday, July 27Metrostars-FC Dallas, 7:30 pm.New England-Los Angeles, 7:30 pm.Saturday, July 30MLS All-Stars-Fulham (live), 3:30 pm.(Direct Kick Package and regional TV schedule will appear in Friday's Daily.) WEEK 17 RESULTSWednesday, July 20Columbus 1 Metrostars 0Kansas City 1 D.C. United 1San Jose 2 Colorado 1Friday, July 22Chivas USA 1 ...
  • MLS Summaries (July 22-23)
    MLS Summaries (July 22-23)July 22 in Carson, Calif.Chivas USA 1 New England 0. Goal: Sequeira (Martinez) 38.Chivas USA - Guzan, Hendrickson, Gomez, Begines, Ochoa, Ramirez (Arias, 68), Sequeira, Mendoza, Torres, Romo (Cuadros, 68), Martinez.New England - Reis, Heaps, Parkhurst, John, Franchino, Cancela (Leonard, 46), Joseph, Dorman, Riley (Latham, 83), Twellman, Smith (Edozien, 46).Yellow Cards: New England - Heaps 81; New England - Franchino 87, Dorman 91+.Referee: Alex Prus.Att.: 10,681.July 23 in Carson, Calif.Los Angeles 0 D.C. United 1. Goal: Adu 92+.Los Angeles - Hartman, Albright, Ihemelu, Marshall, Dunivant, Jones, Nagamura, Vagenas, Ramirez (Ngwenya, 63), Gordon (Enfield, 46), Gomez.D.C. United - ...
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