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Goal by a Substitute Helps Ivory Coast Tie and Qualify - New York Times
Posted On 10/10/2009 14:00:04 by Administrator
Germany, a three-time world champion, finished the game a man short after defender Jerome Boateng received his second yellow card in the 68th minute.Germany (8-0-1) ensured it will finish first in Europe Group 4, taking a 4-point lead over second-place Russia (7-2) with one match remaining. Russia h[Goal by a Substitute Helps Ivory Coast Tie and Qualify - New York Times]... Read More



On Soccer: US is ready to take on the World - Washington Times
Posted On 10/09/2009 22:40:02 by Administrator
With World Cup qualifying coming down to the wire, there are only two days left in group play - Saturday and Wednesday - for most teams to secure a place in the 2010 event in South Africa.

The U.S. team can clinch a sixth straight berth in the World Cup with a victory Saturday at Honduras. The Amer[On Soccer: US is ready to take on the World - Washington Times]... Read More



Mexico, US taking different routes to 2010 World Cup - Los Angeles Times
Posted On 10/09/2009 18:00:06 by Administrator
But today, if things go well for their respective national teams, Marquez and Davies can both look forward to playing in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa next year.

To get there, Marquez and Mexico have only to defeat El Salvador at Azteca Stadium in Mexico City today (3 p.m., Telemundo). A Mexic[Mexico, US taking different routes to 2010 World Cup - Los Angeles Times]... Read More



US Envoy Protests Violence in Guinea - New York Times
Posted On 10/07/2009 04:00:06 by Administrator
On Monday, William Fitzgerald, deputy assistant secretary of state, met with Captain Camara for two hours. He said he insisted, in strong language, that Captain Camara was responsible for the violence, despite the military strongman’s repeated denials. Mr. Fitzgerald said he also repeated that[US Envoy Protests Violence in Guinea - New York Times]... Read More



US Condemns Mass Killings and Rape in Guinea - New York Times
Posted On 10/06/2009 22:00:03 by Administrator
On Monday, William Fitzgerald, deputy assistant secretary of state, met with Captain Camara for two hours. He said he insisted, in strong language, that Captain Camara was responsible for the violence, despite the military strongman’s repeated denials. Mr. Fitzgerald said he also repeated that[US Condemns Mass Killings and Rape in Guinea - New York Times]... Read More



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