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Top University Soccer Coaches Predict USA v England World Cup Game

Friday, June 11, 2010

 

 

GoLocalProv went to the top soccer coaches in Rhode Island to get their predictions - the men's and women's coaches at the Colleges and Universities.  Take a look at their predictions for USA vs England.

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BROWN UNIVERSITY

Men's Soccer Coach Gregg Miller - predicts England (2-1) 

Women's Soccer Coach Denis Chartier - predicts USA (1-0)

ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY

Women's Coach: Lindsay Bruno - USA (2-1)

Men's Coach: Jim Cook - "I am afraid of Rooney's impact and worried the Team USA defense will not hold up.  I would give a slight edge to England, but predict a 1-1 draw."

Women's Coach: Abigail Jackson - England (2-1)

BRYANT UNIVERSITY 

Men's Coach Seamus Purcell - England (2-0)

Men's Coach Nate Millette - "England is going to be tough for US to beat, especially because the US have injured players, and the English attack will be difficult to overcome. I will be cheering for the US and want them to do well, but think it'll be a draw (1-1)."

Women's Coach Chris Flint - USA  (2-1)

Women's Coach Christina Maciel - USA (2-1)

JOHNSON & WALES 

Men's Coach Mike Trudeau - England (2-0)

RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE

Men's Coach: John Mello - USA  (3-2) 

Women's Coach: Mike Koperda - USA  (2-1) in overtime; "Landon Donovan will be player of the match."

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