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By Lowell E. Sunderland and Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF | October 28, 1998
Bruce Arena's hiring as coach of the U.S. national men's soccer team, rumored for weeks, became official yesterday in New York, where he said he will start building toward the 2002 World Cup by searching for new, young players."
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By LUIS ARROYAVE | July 15, 2006
Chicago -- U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati announced yesterday that Bruce Arena is out as the men's national team coach. His departure comes after a disappointing World Cup in which the United States failed to advance from its group and managed only a draw and one scored goal in three matches. Though Arena's contract runs through December, Gulati will begin a search for a new coach immediately. Juergen Klinsmann, who quit the German national team after leading it to the semifinals, is expected to be a leading candidate.
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By Lowell E. Sunderland and Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF | July 31, 1997
WASHINGTON -- On the sixth day, it rained penalty kicks, two that went in and one that made a rookie goalkeeper's day in a six-goal game. And it was good for D.C. United fans, bad for Columbus Crew partisans.The two tired Major League Soccer opponents, each playing its third game in six days and second against each other in that span, kept the show entertaining, if not artistic, at RFK Stadium last night.The final score was 4-2 United, the team's 15th win -- one less than it had all last season before the playoffs -- in front of a season-low crowd of 11,504.
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By Lowell E. Sunderland and Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF | October 28, 1998
Bruce Arena's hiring as coach of the U.S. national men's soccer team, rumored for weeks, became official yesterday in New York, where he said he will start building toward the 2002 World Cup by searching for new, young players."
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By LUIS ARROYAVE | July 15, 2006
Chicago -- U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati announced yesterday that Bruce Arena is out as the men's national team coach. His departure comes after a disappointing World Cup in which the United States failed to advance from its group and managed only a draw and one scored goal in three matches. Though Arena's contract runs through December, Gulati will begin a search for a new coach immediately. Juergen Klinsmann, who quit the German national team after leading it to the semifinals, is expected to be a leading candidate.
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June 15, 2006
Is the United States already finished in the World Cup? With a coach like Bruce Arena, who berates his players to the world press following a loss, they may have been finished before they started. Jim Kirby Columbia Unless the U.S. can beat both Italy and Ghana soundly, it won't advance. All the pre-Cup hype for this team appears to be nothing more than bogus publicity to get us to watch them get their butts kicked. No. 5 in the world? Bill Paschak Woodstock Who will win the U.S. Open this weekend?
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By SANDRA McKEE | July 30, 2004
Where: RFK Stadium, Washington When: Tomorrow Time: 2 p.m. TV: Chs. 2, 7. Tickets: Available by calling 410-481-SEAT in Baltimore and Maryland, online at www.ticketmaster.com and at all TicketMaster outlets. Outlook: This ninth annual event will feature teams representing the East and West. The East will be coached by Peter Nowak of D.C. United and the West by Sigi Schmid of the Los Angeles Galaxy. The theme of the day will be Major League Soccer's traditions, history and pioneers.
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December 15, 2005
"Finally, we've all aged considerably since then." Joe Theismann Former Washington Redskins quarterback and ESPN commentator, on the Redskins and Dallas Cowboys meeting in a significant late-season game for the first time since 1992 "Maybe if someone connected with Brazil, Argentina, Italy or France said something like that, then you could understand it. After all, how many World Cups have they won between them? But for the Americans to make such a sweeping statement, well, I find that amusing and hard to take.
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By Lowell E. Sunderland | April 19, 2000
Columbia's Brian West (Centennial, Virginia), who was unexpectedly cut a couple of weeks ago from the U.S. Olympic men's soccer team, was named yesterday to the country's full national team for its friendly match April 26 against Russia in Moscow. West, 21, an emerging midfielder for Major League Soccer's Columbus Crew, was one of three U.S.-based pros added to coach Bruce Arena's team for the first game ever for the American men in Russia. He set up the Crew's winning goal against the Metro-Stars last weekend.
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June 18, 1997
BaseballDodgers: Activated P Darren Dreifort from DL. Purchased contract of IF Tripp Cromer from Triple-A Albuquerque. Optioned IF Chad Fonville to Albuquerque. Designated OF Eric Anthony for assignment.Indians: Recalled OF Trenidad Hubbard from Triple-A Buffalo. Optioned P Bartolo Colon to Buffalo.Mets: Signed OF Michael Yancy and P Nicholas Maness.Phillies: Signed P Tom Jacquez and assigned him to Single-A Batavia.Red Sox: Purchased contract of OF Jesus Tavarez from Triple-A Pawtucket.Rockies: Activated P Bruce Ruffin from 15-day DL. Optioned P Jeff McCurry to Triple-A Colorado Springs.
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By Lowell E. Sunderland and Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF | July 31, 1997
WASHINGTON -- On the sixth day, it rained penalty kicks, two that went in and one that made a rookie goalkeeper's day in a six-goal game. And it was good for D.C. United fans, bad for Columbus Crew partisans.The two tired Major League Soccer opponents, each playing its third game in six days and second against each other in that span, kept the show entertaining, if not artistic, at RFK Stadium last night.The final score was 4-2 United, the team's 15th win -- one less than it had all last season before the playoffs -- in front of a season-low crowd of 11,504.
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December 7, 2005
The United States came within a point yesterday in Leipzig, Germany, of being one of the seeded teams for next year's World Cup. Under the draw procedure approved by the FIFA World Cup Organizing Committee, the U.S. team wound up just behind Argentina and Italy. U.S. coach Bruce Arena wasn't surprised to miss out. "I thought all along the draw is going to be difficult. The field is extremely strong," he said. The Americans can't meet a team from Asia in the first round of next year's tournament in Germany.
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June 21, 2002
Good morning, America. Turn on the TV and set the dial to the quarterfinals of the World Cup on ESPN: The Americans are in the house! Don't dally with Katie and Matt or Diane and Charlie. At 7:30 a.m. today, Team USA takes the field against Germany. It shouldn't be missed. You can bet all of England, the home of soccer, was tuned in this morning when its national team faced off against Brazil. The country was shut down -- and proud of it. Around the world, this game known to everyone else as football is beyond a pastime -- it's an obsession.
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