October 7, 2017
by Sean McCaffery

Just posted at the facebook page of Soccer Long Island Magazine, interviews with their thoughts on the shutout win against host nation India in the FIFA U-17 World Cup from New Dehli.

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October 7, 2017
by Sean McCaffery

Please see the facebook page of Soccer Long Island Magazine for video of a pair of the goals from last night.

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October 6, 2017
by Sean McCaffery

Although 3-0, more work to do. The US a few times tried to walk the ball into the net, shoot sooner, pull defense up and maybe score, have the GK take one off your foot not good get the shots off. On defense the US looks weak but thus far have lucked out. It is Panama, 4 milllion people NYC has what? 2X that they must do better. Hardly over but now play the game better don't hold the lead build on it, treat this as a game in the WC not a qualifier for it. If happy at the half with this result facing this team big mistake wait a bit sub a few and get a look at those players.

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October 6, 2017
by Sean McCaffery

In hosting the first World Cup game at any level, host India had some 46,312 fans show up in support of their outmatched team. Capt. Josh Sargent converted a PK after being fouled in the 30th minute. Man of the Match, Chris Kurkin made it 2-0 in the 50th as he volleyed a half cleared ball into the back of the net. Finally Andrew Carelton closed out the scoring in the 84th minute. Up next for the young Americans will be Ghana still in New Delhi at 7:30 am on FS2 & Universo.

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October 6, 2017
by Sean McCaffery

  Just received from Bayern Munich, this infographic shows how well FCB will be representing Germany in the World Cup.

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