Tuesday, February 21, 2006

US to face Jamaica in Cary, NC

The news seems to be about official, the US men will play a match in April in Cary, NC. However, the match will not be against Honduras as origionaly thought, instead, the Reggae Boys will be the opponent.

But how important will this match be? Well let's ask the Bruce:

"The match in Cary is our last game before we make our final decisions on the World Cup roster, so it is obviously an important one for us. With our World Cup training camp scheduled here in May and the great success that we had in Cary in advance of the 2002 World Cup, it is great to schedule an actual international game for the fans in the area. We are very comfortable with facilities at SAS Soccer Park and are looking forward to the match."

This is a great day for fans in Cary. I'm sure more then a few of those fans will send the parks department of Birmingham, Alabama, a little gift basket as it was their decision to rip up the grass and replace it with turf that moved the game in the first place.

For all the up-to-date information on this match, or soccer in the Cary area, make sure to check out TriSoccerFan.


Blogger Jarrett said...

Thanks for the link to trisoccerfan! We're all very excited here in Cary.

For Sam's Army info visit www.trisoccerfan.com


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