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Stetson Girl's Soccer Academy

Stetson Girl’s Soccer Academy … much more than just training … College Opportunities for Student Athletes magazine, since 1991, written with several hundred college coaches, specifically to help subscribers get to college and on the team … often with full scholarships. Summer camps are, in our opinion, the best way to get to know the…

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365 Q & A With Thomas Rongen

The U.S U-20 men’s national team has more talent and depth than ever but head coach Thomas Rongen knows it will be a difficult task when his team opens their U-20 World Cup campaign. The former Ajax player took a moment to speak with Soccer365 about the tournament and his team. By Andrew Rogers If…

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Basile Pleased With Patience

Argentina coach Alfio Basile lauded his players’ cool in the face of a yeoman’s effort from the U.S. National Team on Thursday night forced them to wait until the last half hour for the goals to come. The Americans showed well for themselves for over an hour, but three late striker made the Abiceleste difference….

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Barcelona Present Eric Abidal

Éric Abidal could not hide his delight after signing for FC Barcelona and said that moving to Camp Nou was like a dream come true. The French international was introduced to the media on Friday after penning a four-year deal following his move from Lyon for €14m and was grateful to the club for pushing…

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Bradley Looks For Complete Show

Fresh from a 4-1 loss to Argentina, U.S. coach Bob Bradley has quickly switched his focus to Monday’s Copa América Group D test against Paraguay. The game two foes scored a 5-0 win over Colombia on Thursday to vault to the top of the table, and Bradley knows his green side must maintain focus and…

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Wynne Not In Mood To Look Back

Despite a solid showing against Argentina, U.S. defender Marvell Wynne will prefer to turn his attention to Monday’s match with Paraguay, from which they need a result to stay in Copa América knockout contention. The right back held his own with some of the world’s best until the U.S. tired in the final half hour…

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Sissoko Extends Reds Contract

Mohamed Sissoko has signed a new contract with Liverpool that will tie him to the Reds until 2011, and immediately vowed to fight to regain his first-team place at Anfield. Sissoko is the latest Liverpool player to commit his future to the club, ending speculation that he would leave this summer, with Juventus having been…

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U.S. MNT Returns To Copa Field

The United States men’s national team will open their 2007 Copa American campaign against Argentina on Thursday night in Venezuela. It will mark the U.S. third appearance in the South American regional championship, having playing in 1993 and 1995 as well. The U.S. has played Argentina seven times in their history, holding a lifetime record…

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Castillo Basks In Upset Glow

Mexico attack wizard Nery Castillo was in the mood to celebrate after helping top Copa América opening foe Brazil on Wednesday night with a special opening strike. The Olympiakos dazzler collected, beat a defender and fired home, all without letting the ball touch the ground, but he was more pleased by the team reward. “This…

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Sanchez: Copa Semifinal Or Bust

After stunning Brazil in their Copa América opener, Mexico coach Hugo Sanchez says he is charging the team with the assignment to make the final four of the tourney, and no less. Spectacular first half goals from Nery Castillo and Ramon Morales gave El Trii al they would need to see off the Seleçao. “We…

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Real Madrid Sack Capello

The worst-kept secret in Spanish football is out as Real Madrid have sacked coach Fabio Capello, a mere 11 days after the Italian guided them to their first league title since 2003. Capello, 61, still had two years left to run on his contract at the Bernabeu. But his fate was sealed by steady criticism…

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Forlan: Watch Out For Perú

Despite their mediocre record and inner turmoil of recent years, Uruguay forward Diego Forlan has warned everyone not to discount an attack-minded Perú side at Copa América. The team will employ a seasoned offense that features buzzing free kick wizard Jefferson Farfán running off of true target man Claudio Pizarro. “Perú are a good team…

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Henry Left Arsenal With Wenger's Blessing

Thierry Henry joined Barcelona with the blessing of Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger. Following the completion of Henry’s £16.15 million move to Camp Nou on Monday afternoon, Wenger told the club’s official website: “It was Thierry’s decision to leave Arsenal but he goes with my blessing. On behalf of everyone at the club, we wish him…

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Saviola A Real Good Signing – Messi

Leo Messi has admitted that he would find it hard to watch Javier Saviola don the all white of Real Madrid next season if he chooses to move to the Bernabéu, but admits that it could be the right move. Saviola has decided to leave Barça this summer after being offered a contract with heavily…

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Miroslav Klose Joins Bayern Munich!

The early transfer of Miroslav Klose from Werder Bremen to Bayern Munich has just been announced. After weeks of speculation the deal has now been done. In an announcement to Kicker, it has been revealed that the German striker will join the Bavarian side now rather than at the end of his contract in July…