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United States upends Cameroon

Game 2 of the U-20 World Cup went much better for the Yanks than their first try, a 3-0 loss to Germany.

On Tuesday, the United States thrashed Cameroon 4-1, thanks in large part to players with South Florida connections.

Bryan Arguez, the former Kendall Soccer Coalition player currently on the Hertha Berlin roster, scored in first-half stoppage time, while Tony Taylor, recently signed by Traffic, added a goal in the second half.

The win puts the Americans in strong position to advance to the elimination stage with a positive result against Korea Friday.


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I'm impressed... I hope Miami gets to see Taylor play next season in whatever league Miami FC will be playing in!

Lets get the record streight Brian Arguez started his career in the South Dade YMCA Program with his father and Coach Perri, then they moved on to Miami Strike Force.Then he played for a little of time with South Ridge High School with Coach Shea.After that he moved on to boarding School.We all hope he has a good Career and makes it to the National Team.

Leonard Perri has been Coaching with the South dade YMCA for over 20 years.As of today he coaches 48 children ages 3 and 4 all year round at the South Dade YMCA. He is a certified coach with FYSA.He is one of the best in South Florida. He can be reached at 305-254-0310.

Coach Leonard Perri is one of the best soccer coachs my son has ever had. He holds a National Youth D coaches License and works with over 50 children in the South Dade YMCA youth program. He can be reached at 786-897-1071

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