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Posts Tagged ‘Mexico.’

United States soccer team heads to World Cup qualifiers without captain Carlos Bocanegra

Carlos Bocanegra (photo by Ronnie McDonald via wikipedia commons)

The United States Men’s Soccer team heads to World Cup qualifiers against Costa Rica on Friday and Mexico on March 26 with an inexperienced defense after dropping captain Carlos Bocanegra and also with eight other players being injured or ill.

The 33-year-old Bocanegra, who has been the American captain since 2007, recently lost his starting  job with Racing Santander, a Spanish second-division team.

Bocanegra is on loan from the Glasgow Rangers, has not appeared in a game since February 2.

The injured U.S. players include Tim Howard, Timmy Chandler, Fabian Johnson and Danny Williams.

New York gets ready for Cotto-Margarito fight December 3

 

Miguel Cotto June 2010 (photo by Akira Kouchiyama & Chamber of Fear via wikipedia commons)

The New York Boxing Commission has granted a boxing license to Antonio Margarito for his 154-pound title fight with Miguel Cotto on December 3 at Madison Square Garden.

Cotto, who is 5-foot-7, 31-years old and from Puerto Rico, in 38 fights, has won 36 bouts, 29 by knockouts and has suffered 2 losses.

Margarito is 5’11 and from Mexico. He is 33, with 46 fights under his belt having 38 wins, 27 knockouts and has 7 losses.

 

Info compiled from Radio, TV & Boxing news

 

LA Galaxy’s Gonzalez top MLS defender

 

Omar Gonzalez (courtesy of MLS)

Omar Gonzalez of the Los Angeles Galaxy is tough to get past with the soccer ball. The reason is, at 6’5, he is not easy to move past by kicking the ball or using the head or body.

With his toughness in defending, it makes sense that he has been voted the 2011 Major League Soccer Defender of the Year.

The 23-year-old was a 2009 3rd round pick of the Galaxy in the MLS SuperDraft.

Gonzalez has dual citizenship of Mexico and the United States.

Gonzalez received 94.5 of the vote from club officials, media and players groups. Finishing second was Jamison Olave of Real Salt Lake who finished with 50.7.

The percentage totals are from all the votes added together.

 

Info compiled from MLS & Los Angeles Galaxy news

 

 

Crew’s Rogers earns spot on U.S. team

 

Robbie Rogers in yellow uniform (WAXXTV.com photo)

Robbie Rogers of the Columbus Crew has been promoted to the United States national team as an injury replacement for Wednesday night’s game against Mexico in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Rogers will replace Maurice Edu, who suffered a calf injury in a Scottish Premier League game.

 

info courtesy of the Columbus Crew & U.S. soccer

Cheney leads U.S. women’s team over Mexico in World Cup tuneup

 

Lauren Cheney, the UCLA product, scored in stoppage time to give the U.S. women’s team a 1-0 win over Mexico in Harrison, New Jersey, in the final tuneup match before the Women’s World Cup.

The victory was the third straight for the United States, who will now turn its attention to June 28 when it will open the World Cup competition against North Korea in Dresden, Germany.

Lauren Cheney (courtesy of UCLA athletics)

The Americans dominated the entire match at Red Bull Arena, home of the New York Red Bulls.

Abby Wambach assisted on the goal while playing in her 157th international game.

 

Info courtesy of U.S. Soccer news, Radio & TV news

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