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List given by La Volpe for Mexico Vs Saint Vincent y Trinidad & Tobago

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01.- Oswaldo Javier Sánchez Ibarra Portero Guadalajara

02.- Moisés Alberto Muñoz Rodríguez Portero Morelia

03.- Duilio Cesar Jean Davino Rodríguez Defensa América

04.- Aarón Galindo Rubio Defensa Cruz Azul

05.- Ismael Rodríguez Vega Defensa Monterrey

06.- Francisco Javier Rodríguez Pinedo Defensa Guadalajara

07.- José Salvador Carmona µlvarez Defensa Guadalajara

08.- Omar Briceño Leyva Defensa Tigres

09.- Héctor Altamirano Escudero Defensa Santos

10.- Octavio Valdez Martínez Medio Pachuca

11.- Mario Pérez Zúñiga Medio América

12.- Pavel Pardo Segura Medio América

13.- Israel López Hernández Medio Toluca

14.- Antonio Naelson Matías Medio Toluca

15.- Luis Ernesto Pérez Gómez Medio Monterrey

16.- Rafael García Torres Medio Cruz Azul

17.- Adolfo Bautista Herrera Delantero Guadalajara

18.- Jared Borguetti Echevarría Delantero Dorados

19.- Sergio Santana Piedra Delantero Pachuca

20.- Daniel Osorno Calvillo Delantero Atlas

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Yallop Announces Canadian WCQ Roster

30/08/04

Canadian Men’s World Cup Team head coach Frank Yallop today named his 18-player roster for the upcoming World Cup Qualifiers against Honduras on September 4 at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton, Alberta (7:00 p.m. MT) and against Costa Rica at Saprissa Stadium in San Jose, CR on September 8 (8:00 p.m. local time).

Yallop has named 13 players from the team which lost 2-0 to Guatemala in the opening game of the semi-final round on August 18. Returning to the squad after missing the Guatemala game due to suspension is midfielder/forward Iain Hume from Tranmere Rovers. Defender Tony Menezes, who has been playing in China with Greentown Hangzhou, has also been selected. Goalkeeper Lars Hirschfeld, recently signed by Dundee United, also makes a return to the squad.

Both Tomasz Radzinski and Jason deVos, who missed the Guatemala game due to injury, are called in while Julian de Guzman has recovered quickly from his hamstring injury and is available.

“The next two games are obviously crucial ones and I am looking forward to having the players available for a longer period than we did in Vancouver,” said Yallop. “We are very eager to get going again.”

The Canadians will begin arriving in Edmonton on Monday, August 30th. The team will train at Victoria Soccer Club on Tuesday, August 31 at 2:00 p.m., while training is TBA for Wednesday, September 1. On Thursday the team will hold an open practice at Victoria at 10:30 a.m. On Friday, September 3, the team will practice at Commonwealth Stadium at 11:00 a.m. The game is scheduled for a 7:00 p.m. kickoff and will be carried on Rogers Sportsnet on Saturday, September 4.

The team will travel to Toronto on September 5 and on to San Jose on September 6. Canada faces Costa Rica on September 8 before returning home on September 9.

Canadian Roster For World Cup Qualifiers vs Honduras and Costa Rica

Name Pos Club
Pat Onstad GK San Jose Earthquakes, MLS
Lars Hirschfeld GK Dundee United, SPL
Jason deVos D Ipswich Town, English First Division
Paul Stalteri D/M Werder Bremen, German Bundesliga
Ante Jazic D/M FC Kuban, Russian Premier
Daniel Imhof M St. Gallen, Swiss First Division
Atiba Hutchinson M Helsingborg, Swedish Premier
Julian de Guzman M Hannover 96, German Bundesliga
Tomasz Radzinski F Fulham, English Premier 12/14/73
Paul Peschisolido F Derby County, English First Division
Dwayne de Rosario F San Jose Earthquakes, MLS
Mark Watson D Charleston Battery, A-League
Josh Simpson M Millwall, English First Division
Jaime Peters M Unattached
Olivier Occean F Odd Grenland, Norwegian First Division
Adrian Serioux D/M Millwall, English First Division
Iain Hume M Tranmere Rovers, English Second Div.
Tony Menezes D Greentown Hangzhou, Chinese Second



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Arena Calls U.S. Squad Ahead of Qualifiers

30/08/04

U.S. Men's National Team manager Bruce Arena has called 23 players into camp to train for the upcoming FIFA World Cup qualifiers against El Salvador and Panama.
Included on the 23-man roster is Wizards midfielder Kerry Zavagnin. Zavagnin has appeared four times for the U.S. in 2004, bringing his career totals to six appearances with the full National Team. The U.S. squad began training in Boston on Monday morning, where they will remain until September 7th when they depart for Panama.

The U.S. first meets El Salvador on Saturday, Sept. 4 in Foxboro, Mass. Kickoff is set for 3 p.m. CT, and the match will be broadcast live on Fox Sports World and Telemundo. The team then travels to face Panama four days later at the Estadio Rommel Fernandez on Wednesday, Sept. 8 in Panama City. Kickoff for that match is set for 8 p.m. CT, and will be broadcast live on Fox Sports World and tape delayed on Telemundo at 11:30 p.m. ET/PT. Fans can follow both matches live on ussoccer.com's MatchTracker, presented by Philips Electronics.

"The matches against El Salvador and Panama represent a critical time in our efforts to qualify for the 2006 World Cup, and this group of players gives us the best chance of being successful," said Arena, who is still one win away from reaching 50 career victories, adding to his all-time U.S. best record of 49-23-20. "We're looking forward to a good week of preparation and the opportunity to solidify our place in the group."

Long-time team captain Claudio Reyna is set to lead the U.S. side, the Manchester City midfielder now sitting on 103 international appearances in his career. Reyna made his return to the national team lineup for the first time since the 2002 FIFA World Cup in last year's 2-0 victory against El Salvador on July 12, 2003, in the opening match of the 2003 Gold Cup. Fulham forward Brian McBride netted a goal and an assist in that game, adding to his history as a menace to the Salvadoran team. McBride has six goals all-time against the Azules, leading all U.S. scorers, and is second on the USA's all-time goal scoring charts with 25 goals. Also included in the strike force is San Jose Earthquakes forward Brian Ching, whose 89th minute strike against Jamaica earned the U.S. an important point on the road and handed Ching honors as Chevrolet Man of the Match.

Arena has called three goalkeepers into Boston, including veteran Kasey Keller. The Tottenham Hotspur netminder is the USA's all-time leader in victories (39) and shutouts (34), which includes 10 wins and 12 shutouts in World Cup qualifying action. Manchester United goalkeeper Tim Howard returns to the fold for the third time this year, having appeared in the USA's 4-0 victory against Honduras on June 2 in Foxboro and the 1-1 draw against Poland on July 11 in Chicago. The 2004 EPL Goalkeeper of the Year earned his first cap for the United States in the 2-0 victory against El Salvador on Nov. 17, 2002 in Washington, D.C.

Youth is once again well served on the roster, with 11 players under the age of 25. This group includes the trio of next generation leaders in DaMarcus Beasley, Bobby Convey and Landon Donovan. Beasley continues to set the pace for U.S. attackers, his four goals best for the U.S. in 2004. The PSV midfielder has recorded three goals in 2006 World Cup qualifying action so far, including a pair in the USA's 3-2 victory against Grenada on June 13 in Columbus, Ohio. Bobby Convey rejoins the U.S. squad after sitting out the 1-1 draw in Jamaica while settling with his new club, Reading FC. Donovan is tied for the team lead in games started this year (9), and is second in minutes played (793). The 2003 Chevrolet Male Athlete of the Year became the youngest player in U.S. history to reach 50 caps when he started in the USA's victory against Grenada to open 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifying in Columbus.

The MetroStars make the largest contribution to the roster, sending three players led by team captain Eddie Pope. Jonny Walker has been a consistent call up, earning his first three caps for the U.S. in 2004. Eddie Gaven became the fourth youngest player in U.S. history to make an appearance for the senior team (17 years and 260 days of age) in the July 11 match against Poland.

The Dallas Burn send the pair of Cory Gibbs and Eddie Johnson to camp. One of two players in search of their first-ever appearance for the senior team, Johnson netted a pair of goals in the Burn's 4-1 victory against Chicago this past Saturday. The other player without a cap is U.S. MNT debutante Oguchi Onyewu, the former U-23 defender making his first-ever training camp roster with the senior team.

Tickets for the El Salvador match, which kicks off at 3 p.m. CT and will be followed by the New England Revolution taking on the San Jose Earthquakes in Major League Soccer action, are available online at ussoccer.com, at all Ticketmaster outlets throughout New England (including all Filene's stores), and by calling 617-931-2000 (Boston), 413-733-2500 (Western Mass.), 207-775-3331 (Maine), 603-868-7300 (New Hampshire) or 401-331-2211 (Rhode Island). Substantial group discounts are available by calling 877-GET-REVS (877-438-7387) for more information. Tickets for the doubleheader range from $35 to $125.

The U.S. opened the semifinal round of FIFA 2006 World Cup qualifying with a 1-1 draw against Jamaica on Aug. 18 in Kingston. In the other match in Group 1, El Salvador claimed a 2-1 victory against Panama to take first place in the group. The top two teams in the group will advance to the final round of qualifying that begins next year. The four-team group concludes for the U.S. with a road game on Oct. 9 in El Salvador and then consecutive home games on Oct. 13 against Panama in Washington, D.C., and Nov. 17 against Jamaica in Columbus, Ohio.

ROSTER BY POSITION

GOALKEEPERS (3): Tim Howard (Manchester United), Kasey Keller (Tottenham Hotspur), Jonny Walker (MetroStars)
DEFENDERS (8): Carlos Bocanegra (Fulham FC), Steve Cherundolo (Hannover 96), Bobby Convey (Reading FC), Cory Gibbs (Dallas Burn), Frankie Hejduk (Columbus Crew), Oguchi Onyewu (Standard de Liege), Eddie Pope (MetroStars), Greg Vanney (SC Bastia)
MIDFIELDERS (8): DaMarcus Beasley (PSV Eindhoven), Landon Donovan, (San Jose Earthquakes) Eddie Gaven (MetroStars), Cobi Jones (Los Angeles Galaxy), Eddie Lewis (Preston North End), Clint Mathis (Hannover 96), Claudio Reyna (Manchester City), Kerry Zavagnin (Kansas City Wizards)
FORWARDS (4): Conor Casey (FSV Mainz), Brian Ching (San Jose Earthquakes), Eddie Johnson (Dallas Burn), Brian McBride (Fulham FC)



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CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying Semifinal Round continues this weekend

31.8.04 -

The CONCACAF Semifinal Round Qualification for the 2006 FIFA World Cup continues with two match dates starting this weekend (4-5 September 2004) and next Wednesday, (8 September).
GROUP A: Two encounters are scheduled for Saturday, 4 September as the USA host El Salvador at the Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts, while Jamaica greets Panama at Kingston’s National Stadium. Four days later (8 September), the USA travels to the Ciudad de Panamá for a match-up against Panama at the Estadio Rommel Fernández, while Jamaica visits El Salvador at the Estadio Cuscatlán in San Salvador.

GROUP B: Canada will look for its first group points as they greet Honduras at the Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton, Alberta on Saturday, while Costa Rica will try to do the same as they visit Guatemala at the Estadio Mateo Flores in Ciudad de Guatemala the next day. Match Date Three is set for Wednesday, 8 September when Honduras host Guatemala at the Estadio Olímpico in San Pedro Sula and Canada plays Costa Rica in San José’s Estadio Ricardo Saprissa.

GROUP C: Mexico opens its participation in the semifinal round when they face St. Vincent & The Grenadines at the Estadio Hidalgo in Pachuca on Saturday, while St. Kitts & Nevis also begins group play when they host Trinidad & Tobago at Warner Park Stadium in Basseterre. Four days later, Mexico travels to Port of Spain to face Trinidad & Tobago at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, while St. Kitts & Nevis visits St. Vincent & The Grenadines at the Arnos Vale Playing Field in Kingstown.

The two nations topping each of the semifinal groups will advance to a Final Round group of six teams that runs from 9 February – 12 October 2005. The top three finishers in this final group will advance directly to the 2006 FIFA World Cup™ in Germany.

The CONCACAF fourth-place finisher will compete in a home-and-away playoff against fifth-place finisher of the Asian Football Confederation, for one of the last berths into the FIFA event. These games will take place in November 2005.

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2006 CONCACAF WORLD CUP QUALIFYING – SEMIFINAL ROUND
Group A (GP, W-L-T, GF:GA, PTS)
El Salvador (1, 1-0-0, 2:1, 3)
Jamaica (1, 0-0-1, 1:1, 1)
USA (1, 0-0-1, 1:1, 1)
Panama (1, 0-1-0, 1:2, 0)

04.09.2004: Foxboro, Massachusetts USA; Gillette Stadium (16:00)
USA – EL SALVADOR
R: Neal BRIZAN (TRI)

04.09.2004: Kingston, JAMAICA; National Stadium (19:00)
JAMAICA – PANAMA
R: Carlos BATRES (GUA)

08.09.2004: Ciudad de Panamá, PANAMA; Estadio Rommel Fernández (20:00)
PANAMA – USA
R: Marco RODRIGUEZ (MEX)

08.09.2004: San Salvador, EL SALVADOR; Estadio Cuscatlán (19:30)
EL SALVADOR – JAMAICA
R: Gilberto ALCALA (MEX)

09.10.2004: San Salvador, EL SALVADOR; Estadio Cuscatlán (19:00)
EL SALVADOR – USA
R: Carlos BATRES (GUA)

09.10.2004: Ciudad de Panamá, PANAMA; Estadio Rommel Fernandez (20:00)
PANAMA – JAMAICA
R: José PINEDA (HON)

13.10.2004: Washington, D.C. USA; RFK Stadium (19:30)
USA – PANAMA
R: Ted GORDON (TRI)

13.10.2004: Kingston, JAMAICA; National Stadium (19:00)
JAMAICA – EL SALVADOR
R: Walter QUESADA (CRC)

17.11.2004: Columbus, Ohio USA; Crew Stadium (20:00)
USA – JAMAICA

17.11.2004: Ciudad de Panamá, PANAMA; Estadio Rommel Fernandez (20:00)
PANAMA – EL SALVADOR

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Group B (GP, W-L-T, GF:GA, PTS)
Honduras (1, 1-0-0, 5:2, 3)
Guatemala (1, 1-0-0, 2:0, 3)
Canada (1, 0-1-0, 0:2, 0)
Costa Rica (1, 0-1-0, 2:5, 0)

04.09.2004: Edmonton, Alberta CANADA; Commonwealth Stadium (19:00)
CANADA – HONDURAS
R: Benito ARCHUNDIA (MEX)

05.09.2004: Ciudad de Guatemala, GUATEMALA; Estadio Mateo Flores (12:00)
GUATEMALA – COSTA RICA
R: Kevin STOTT (USA)

08.09.2004: San Pedro Sula, HONDURAS; Estadio Olimpico (19:30)
HONDURAS – GUATEMALA
R: Peter PRENDERGAST (JAM)

08.09.2004: San José, COSTA RICA; Estadio Ricardo Saprissa (20:00)
COSTA RICA – CANADA
R: Ramesh RAMDHAN (TRI)

09.10.2004: San José, COSTA RICA; Estadio Ricardo Saprissa (19:30)
COSTA RICA – GUATEMALA
R: Benito ARCHUNDIA (MEX)

09.10.2004: San Pedro Sula, HONDURAS; Estadio Olímpico (15:00)
HONDURAS – CANADA
R: Kevin STOTT (USA)

13.10.2004: Ciudad de Guatemala, GUATEMALA; Estadio Mateo Flores (20:00)
GUATEMALA – HONDURAS
R: Neal BRIZAN (TRI)

13.10.2004: Vancouver, British Columbia CANADA; Swangard Stadium (19:00)
CANADA – COSTA RICA
R: Peter PENDERGAST (JAM)

17.11.2004: Ciudad de Guatemala, GUATEMALA; Estadio Mateo Flores (20:00)
GUATEMALA – CANADA

17.11.2004: San Pedro Sula, HONDURAS; Estadio Olímpico (20:00)
HONDURAS – COSTA RICA

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Group C (GP, W-L-T, GF:GA, PTS)
Trinidad & Tobago (1, 1-0-0, 2:0, 3)
Mexico (0, 0-0-0, 0:0, 0)
St. Kitts & Nevis (0, 0-0-0, 0:0, 0)
St. Vincent & The Grenadines (1, 0-1-0, 0:2, 0)

04.09.2004: Pachuca, Hidalgo MEXICO; Estadio Hidalgo (17:00)
MEXICO – ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES
R: Hu LIU (CAN)

04.09.2004: Basseterre, ST. KITTS & NEVIS; Warner Park Stadium (20:00)
ST. KITTS & NEVIS – TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
R: Hugo CASTILLO (GUA)

08.09.2004: Port of Spain, TRINIDAD & TOBAGO; Hasely Crawford Stadium (18:00)
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO – MEXICO
R: Mauricio NAVARRO (CAN)

08.09.2004: Kingstown, ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES; Arnos Vale Playing Field (16:00)
ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES – ST. KITTS & NEVIS
R: Roberto DELGADO (CUB)

10.10.2004: Kingstown, ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES; Arnos Vale Playing Field (16:00)
ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES – MEXICO
R: Nery ALFARO (SLV)

10.10.2004: Tobago, TRINIDAD & TOBAGO; Dwight Yorke Stadium (17:00)
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO – ST. KITTS & NEVIS
R: Ricardo VALENZUELA (USA)

13.10.2004: Puebla, MEXICO; Estadio Cuauhtemoc (20:30)
MEXICO – TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
R: Rodolfo SIBRIAN (SLV)

13.10.2004: Basseterre, ST. KITTS & NEVIS; Warner Park (20:00)
ST. KITTS & NEVIS – ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES
R: Alfredo WHITTAKER (CAY)

13.11.2004: Basseterre, ST. KITTS & NEVIS; Warner Park Stadium (TBD)
ST. KITTS & NEVIS – MEXICO
R: Roberto MORENO (PAN)

17.11.2004: Monterrey, Nuevo Leon MEXICO; Estadio Tecnológico (17:00)
MEXICO – ST. KITTS & NEVIS

17.11.2004: Port of Spain, TRINIDAD & TOBAGO; Hasley Crawford Stadium (19:00)
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO – ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES

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2005 Final Round
9 February – Game 1
26-27 March – Game 2
30 March – Game 3
4-5 June – Game 4
8 June – Game 5
17 August – Game 6
3-4 September – Game 7
7 September – Game 8
8-9 October – Game 9
12 October – Game 10

Playoff with Asia
November 2005

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Mexico coach La Volpe says he is staying put

By Armando Cesar Tovar

MEXICO CITY, Sept 1 (Reuters) -

Mexico coach Ricardo La Volpe, who has threatened to resign three times in the last two months, said on Wednesday that he was staying put in his high-pressure job.

La Volpe's most recent threat to walkout came after the under-23 team, which he also coaches, was knocked out in the first round at the Athens Olympics.

He said at the time that he would leave it up to Mexican Football Federation president Alberto de la Torre and the first division club presidents to decide his fate.

But on Wednesday, he told reporters: "De la Torre told me that I'm staying on as coach, there were meetings (with club directors) and here I am."

The gruff Argentine coach, who was appointed late in 2002, first pondered quitting during the first stage of the Copa America in Peru in July.

He was talking to journalists when he casually said that he would leave in one year's time -- which would have been at a crucial stage of the World Cup qualifiers.

La Volpe later said he had been misinterpreted.

However, when Mexico were thrashed 4-0 by Brazil in the Copa America quarter-finals, La Volpe was at it again.

After missing the post-match media conference, he told a camera crew in the stadium car park: "I'm leaving the way open for someone else."

On Wednesday, he explained: "You get to a moment when the pressure is such that you come out and say: no more."

La Volpe's team enter the fray in the second stage of the CONCACAF zone World Cup qualifying competition when they entertain the Caribbean islanders of St Vincent and the Grenadines on Saturday.

Two more island nations -- St Kitts and Nevis and Trinidad and Tobago -- complete a group which should be little more than a formality for the Mexicans. The top two teams then go into the final stage of the CONCACAF qualifiers next year.

La Volpe justified his decision to pick a young squad of home based players for Saturday's match and the trip to Trinidad on Wednesday.

"We have to build a new national team and give the people new idols, new figures," he said.


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Mexico-St. Vincent/The Grenadines qualifying match postponed

3.9.04 -

The CONCACAF Semifinal Group C World Cup Qualifying Match between Mexico and St. Vincent & The Grenadines, scheduled for this Saturday (4 September) in Pachuca, Hidalgo has been postponed due to St. Vincent & The Grenadines’ team unable to travel from Miami, Florida USA to the Mexican venue because of Hurricane Frances.
The encounter will be rescheduled for a later date upon a mutually agreement between the two nations.

The CONCACAF Qualification for the 2006 FIFA World Cup continue this weekend (4-5 September 2004) and next Wednesday (8 September).

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Team USA beats El Salvador in chippy World Cup qualifier :thmbup:


September 4, 2004

By Jamie Trecker SportsTicker Contributing Editor

FOXBORO, Massachusetts (Ticker) - For the second straight game, little-used forward Brian Ching was the hero for the United States men's national soccer team.

Ching's goal in the fifth minute led the U.S. to a 2-0 victory Saturday over shorthanded El Salvador in a World Cup qualifying contest marked by an ejection, chippy play and a brawl.

"The game got a little ugly," Team USA coach Bruce Arena said. "We knew well in advance that was how the game was going to look. It's about having patience, composure, all about movement, give yourself room to create chances."

Ching, who salvaged a tie against Jamaica last month with a goal in the 89th minute, has two scores in four appearances. Landon Donovan added the insurance in the 69th minute, sending the 25,266 at Gillette Stadium home happy.

Team USA moved to the top of its qualifying group with four points and four matches left, including Wednesday's contest at Panama. It is 6-1-4 this year and 3-0-1 in qualifiers. Bruce Arena improved to 50-23-20 as coach of Team USA.

Ching's winner came when he beat Salvadoran captain Victor Velasquez to head Bobby Convey's cross off the near post and into the net. Given all kinds of time and space on the left flank, Convey was able to serve the ball into the penalty area. Ching, about seven yards from the net, had no trouble nodding it home.

This goal came on the heels of Ching's dramatic last-gasp equalizer against Jamaica on August 18 that stole a valuable point for the Americans.

Ironically, Ching was carried off this same pitch just over a year ago when he tore his ACL in an MLS match on August 13, 2003. On Saturday, he earned his first start and basked in the glow.

"Last year being carried off here provided a lot of motivation to get to where I am now," he said. "It put a lot of motivation into me to get where I am today. Today, I tried to do the things I am good at you don't see me taking five or six guys on."

The game marred by rough play, frequent stoppages, eight minutes of injury time in the first half alone and a near brawl on the sidelines that resulted in the ejection of Salvadoran coach Juan Parades.

Following a 20-minute stretch that saw several brutal tackles, Salvadoran midfielder Denis Alas was tossed in the 26th minute by referee Neal Brizan after his second caution. The ejection followed a rough tackle on DaMarcus Beasley at midfield by Jorge Rodriguez and sparked a melee on the sideline that saw Paredes need to be physically restrained and escorted from the field.

According to reports from the fourth official on the field, Alas was apparently shown his second yellow for wearing jewelry, a prohibition put into force by match commissioners and discussed with both teams prior to the game. Alas will miss Wednesday's match against Jamaica in San Salvador.

El Salvador may have caught a raw deal. But it also flopped and wasted time throughout in an effort to disrupt the flow. It was one of the few tactics at its disposal against a fitter, bigger and stronger opponent it had not beaten in 12 years.

The game deteriorated in the 57th minute when goalkeeper Santos Rivera deliberately kicked Beasley in the face after the play was over. That sparked a brawl between the teams that spilled into the goalmouth and halted play for several minutes.

"It was not intentional," Rivera said. "I didn't mean to kick him at all."

The Americans kept their cool and were rewarded with Donovan's rocket from the top of the arc.

In Group A, Panama defeated Jamaica, 2-1, on striker Josy Dely Valdes's goal in the last minute to move into a tie for second with El Salvador.

In Group C, Trinidad & Tobago edged St. Kitts & Nevis, 2-1, on a goal in the 88th minute goal from former MLS star Stern John and remained the only perfect team in CONCACAF qualifying.

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Dely Valdes stuns Jamaica with late winner for Panama



By Horace Helps

KINGSTON, Sept 4 (Reuters) - Veteran striker Julio Dely Valdes scored an injury-time winner as Panama beat ten-man Jamaica 2-1 in their World Cup qualifier on Saturday, leaving the Reggae Boyz bottom of their group.

The 37-year-old, whose previous clubs include Paris St Germain in France, Malaga in Spain and Uruguay's Nacional, scored in the second minute of stoppage time to silence a partisan 24,500 crowd that had expected a comfortable home win.

Roberto Brown had given Panama the lead in the second minute before substitute Damani Ralph equalised in the 77th.

Panama picked up their first points in group A in the second stage of the CONCACAF zone qualifiers.

Jamaica were left bottom with one point from two games -- both played the usually impregnable National Stadium they dub The Office.

Brown, whose parents are Jamaican, rose above a group of defenders to head the opening goal following a free kick.

The Reggae Boyz fought back gallantly but numerous shots on goal went wide of the target while at the other end Panama looked dangerous on the break.

Jamaica were in further trouble in the 33rd minute when Ian Goodison was sent off for hauling back Dely Valdes as he broke away.

They fought back and equalised following a neat combination between substitutes Damani Ralph and Jermaine Johnson which ended with Chicago Fire striker Ralph flicking Johnson's cross past goalkeeper Jaime Penedo.

But Dely Valdes's late strike put the future of Jamaica's coach Brazilian Sebastiao Lazaroni in doubt.

"I intend to continue with this team," Lazaroni, who led his own country at the 1990 World Cup, told reporters afterwards.

"We made a few mistakes and we paid. Panama were better with their headers. Although we created many opportunities to score, we did not do enough and the result is very bad, but that is football."

Panama coach Jose Hernandez was ecstatic.

"This is an important victory for us. We are just happy to come here and leave with three points," he said.

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I really hope that Jamaica comes back and is able to qualify for the World Cup. It would certainly make me feel a lot better if I knew that the team Haiti lost to made it to the finest tournament in any sport.

Three groups, 12 teams left. My prediction for this round:

USA advances over El Salvador
Jamaica advances over Panama
Canada advances over Honduras
Costa Rica advances over Guatemala
Trinidad advances over St. Kitts and Nevis
Mexico advances over The Grenadines

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Way to go Panama. I am looking forward to the game Wednesday.

The red card in the US game was some of the worst reffing I have seen. You have to know who is carrying a card. Ask the player to leave the field and take care of the problem. Overall the game was not very enjoyable ES did not want to play and the US looked just as disinterested.

I am concerned with what is going on in central and south america. With the exception of the Mexican league, I have not seen a game, in the past year, where one of these teams did not take a serious cheap shot. The elbow in the olympics ruined the game. Not to mention other games a flying side kick, stomping, and headbutts. The kick to the face was not serious but obviously intentional, lieing about it afterwards is cowardly.
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I am concerned with what is going on in central and south america. With the exception of the Mexican league, I have not seen a game, in the past year, where one of these teams did not take a serious cheap shot. The elbow in the olympics ruined the game. Not to mention other games a flying side kick, stomping, and headbutts. The kick to the face was not serious but obviously intentional, lieing about it afterwards is cowardly.
The only way to stop this is by making harsh punishments via suspensions, fines, etc. It's pretty simple and I don't understand why FIFA has yet to enforce these rules.

The game's become way too brutal.

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Guatemala post 2:1 win over Costa Rica in World Cup qualifying

5.9.04 - Guatemala posted a 2:1 win over visiting Costa Rica in Group B encounter of CONCACAF Semifinal World Cup Qualifying at the Estadio Mateo Flores in Ciudad de Guatemala on Sunday.
Despite Costa Rica (0-2-0, 0 Points) having Andy Herron sent off by Referee Kevin Stott (USA) in opening 16 minutes, the ticos took a 1:0 lead with a goal by Alonso Solis eight minutes later.

In the second half, Juan Carlos Plata leveled the score (1:1) for Guatemala (2-0-0, 6 Points) in the 57th minute-mark and with 10 minutes remaining notched the game-winner as the chapines posted a 2:1 victory over the ticos.

Guatemala, who currently has a nine-game unbeaten streak, travels to San Pedro Sula, Honduras for a Group B World Cup Qualifier against the host, Honduras (1-0-1, 4 Points) on Wednesday, while Costa Rica greets Canada (0-1-1, 1 Point) at the Estadio Ricardo Saprissa in San José.

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Do you have the line-up for Guatemala?

The article doesn't say anything about Carlos Ruiz, would love to know how he did. Nice to see one of the most talented strikers in the MLS is representing the CONCACAF.

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U.S. men's soccer preps for Wednesday qualifier with Panama


September 6, 2004

BOSTON (Ticker) - The United States men's soccer team faces Panama in a potentially contentious and definitely critical World Cup qualifying match Wednesday night in Panama City.

The United States, currently atop Group A with four points following Saturday's 2-0 win over El Salvador and a 1-1 tie with Jamaica in August, meets a Panamanian team on a roll.

Panama, which has three points through two games, stunned Jamaica in Kingston on Saturday. The result energized Panama and cast serious doubt on Jamaica's ability to qualify for the World Cup in 2006.

Should the U.S. win in Panama, they effectively can book a place in the finals with a win at home in the return match against the Panamanians on October 13 in Washington. Should Panama win, they can seize the lead in Group A and throw the standings in a frenzy.

Adding further intrigue to the match is that the U.S. has not played Panama in 11 years - the last time the two sides met was in a 1993 friendly in Dallas.

American coach Bruce Arena was candid after Saturday's game.

"I don't know much about them," he said. "Every game is different." "This will be a more up and down game, a more even game then the El Salvador one. (Panama) is a little more attack oriented, and they will present problems for us going forward."

Arena likely will give Brian McBride time up front with DaMarcus Beasley reprising his role on the wings. Kasey Keller likely will be the man in the nets as Tim Howard was released from camp Monday to rejoin his club - Manchester United.

Eddie Lewis and Frankie Hejduk are also likely to make starts given Arena's penchant for rotating his squad to keep players fresh. And the U.S. enters the game knowing this is likely to be one of the most difficult of their semifinal matches.

"They are a pretty athletic team and their forwards have scored some big goals for them," said Arena. "We told the team before the El Salvador game, in all honesty that the better team in the Panama-El Salvador game was Panama. We felt that (Panama) would be a harder game and I think it will turn out to be that way."

The game marks the halfway stage in the Concacaf semifinal, a six-game round robin with three four-team groups. The top two finishers in each section advance to next year's hexagonal final which sends three teams directly to Germany in 2006.

The fourth-place finisher gets into a playoff for another spot in the tournament.

The most significant match on Wednesday night could be Group B's Costa Rica-Canada encounter, as both teams barely are with striking distance of leaders Guatemala and second-place Honduras.

Canada has but one point from its first two games, while Costa Rica has none, making the match for all intents an elimination game.

Guatemala and the Hondurans are paired against each other.

Jamaica, meanwhile, must get a result in San Salvador or face an early exit in Group A. El Salvador will start play knowing they are in position to eliminate their opponents with a victory at the daunting Estadio Cuscatlan.

Trindidad and Tobago virtually can ensure a place in next year's finals if they can defeat Mexico in Group C. Trinidad and Tobago are perfect so far with six points from two games to lead the group.

The Mexicans have yet to play, postponed first because of the Olympics, then last weekend because of Hurricane Frances.

Struggling squads St. Vincent and St. Kitts face each other.

There also is a full slate of qualifiers in Asia and Europe on the FIFA international date.

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Do you have the line-up for Guatemala?

The article doesn't say anything about Carlos Ruiz, would love to know how he did. Nice to see one of the most talented strikers in the MLS is representing the CONCACAF.
Unfortunately Concacaf did not put it in the article ..

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U.S. men's soccer preps for Wednesday qualifier with Panama


September 7, 2004

BOSTON (Ticker) - The United States men's soccer team faces Panama in a potentially contentious and definitely critical World Cup qualifying match Wednesday night in Panama City.

The United States, currently atop Group A with four points following Saturday's 2-0 win over El Salvador and a 1-1 tie with Jamaica in August, meets a Panamanian team on a roll.

Panama, which has three points through two games, stunned Jamaica in Kingston on Saturday. The result energized Panama and cast serious doubt on Jamaica's ability to qualify for the World Cup in 2006.

Should the U.S. win in Panama, they effectively can book a place in the finals with a win at home in the return match against the Panamanians on October 13 in Washington. Should Panama win, they can seize the lead in Group A and throw the standings in a frenzy.

Adding further intrigue to the match is that the U.S. has not played Panama in 11 years - the last time the two sides met was in a 1993 friendly in Dallas.

American coach Bruce Arena was candid after Saturday's game.

"I don't know much about them," he said. "Every game is different." "This will be a more up and down game, a more even game then the El Salvador one. (Panama) is a little more attack oriented, and they will present problems for us going forward."

Arena likely will give Brian McBride time up front with DaMarcus Beasley reprising his role on the wings. Kasey Keller likely will be the man in the nets as Tim Howard was released from camp Monday to rejoin his club - Manchester United.

Eddie Lewis and Frankie Hejduk are also likely to make starts given Arena's penchant for rotating his squad to keep players fresh. And the U.S. enters the game knowing this is likely to be one of the most difficult of their semifinal matches.

"They are a pretty athletic team and their forwards have scored some big goals for them," said Arena. "We told the team before the El Salvador game, in all honesty that the better team in the Panama-El Salvador game was Panama. We felt that (Panama) would be a harder game and I think it will turn out to be that way."

The game marks the halfway stage in the Concacaf semifinal, a six-game round robin with three four-team groups. The top two finishers in each section advance to next year's hexagonal final which sends three teams directly to Germany in 2006.

The fourth-place finisher gets into a playoff for another spot in the tournament.

The most significant match on Wednesday night could be Group B's Costa Rica-Canada encounter, as both teams barely are with striking distance of leaders Guatemala and second-place Honduras.

Canada has but one point from its first two games, while Costa Rica has none, making the match for all intents an elimination game.

Guatemala and the Hondurans are paired against each other.

Jamaica, meanwhile, must get a result in San Salvador or face an early exit in Group A. El Salvador will start play knowing they are in position to eliminate their opponents with a victory at the daunting Estadio Cuscatlan.

Trindidad and Tobago virtually can ensure a place in next year's finals if they can defeat Mexico in Group C. Trinidad and Tobago are perfect so far with six points from two games to lead the group.

The Mexicans have yet to play, postponed first because of the Olympics, then last weekend because of Hurricane Frances.

Struggling squads St. Vincent and St. Kitts face each other.

There also is a full slate of qualifiers in Asia and Europe on the FIFA international date.


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