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  • All five RSL academy products help steer U-20s to Group F victory at U-20 World Cup
    The Salt Lake Tribune

    All five RSL academy products help steer U-20s to Group F victory at U-20 World Cup

    The U-20 kids are not only through to the knockout stages, but the Americans do so as Group F winners. And it was Real Salt Lake's Brooks Lennon who scored the goal the U.S. U-20 national team needed to make sure of it. On Sunday morning, the U-20s finished in a 1-1 draw with Saudi Arabia in the Group F finale, propelling the Americans atop the group and into the Round of 16. The U-20s move on to face New Zealand in Incheon, South Korea. The U.S. finished 1-0-2 in group play. Lennon continued his stellar international season with his 40th minute goal. The RSL academy product, back to the club on a full-season loan from Liverpool FC, now has five goals and two assists in 10 matches with the U-20s

  • In Memoria e Amicizia
    The Liverpool Offside

    In Memoria e Amicizia

    We saw the Italian fans crying, and they were banging on the side of our bus when we left the hotel. When we left Brussels, the Italians were angry, understandably so—39 of their friends had died. I remember well one Italian man, who had his face right up against the window where I was sitting. He was crying and screaming. You feel for anybody who loses someone in those circumstances. You go along to watch a game. You don’t go along expecting that sort of ending, do you? Football’s not that important. No game of football is worth that. Everything else pales into insignificance. —Kenny Dalglish It was a bad time to be a football fan, and it was a perfect storm of sorts, a long list of contributing