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Copa Latina announces its official partnership with ESPN 1450am Deportes Radio in Miami Florida. ESPN will broadcast nine matches of the prestigious amateur soccer tournament, including the festive opening day parade, the all star game, and the final. Copa Latina will hold opening ceremony this Saturday at 7pm with an Olympic style parade of Nations. ESPN 1440 AM will broadcast the opening match featuring, two- time Copa Latina champion, Honduras Five Star as they square off against Mexico Starlight at Ted Hendricks Stadium in Hialeah. Kickoff is set for 8pm. The Game will be Tape delay do to a change of schedule of the University of Miami baseball game. Copa Latina will air immediately following that game. Estimated Radio Kickoff 8:30pm
El Nuevo Herald Copa Latina 2010 will kick off its Olympic style opening ceremonies on Saturday, March 6th , 2010 at 7 p.m. at Ted Hendricks Stadium (Milander Park). The ceremony will feature fireworks display and a Parade of Nations featuring nearly 20 different nationalities from South America, Central America, and the Caribbean.
With the 2010 Iditarod set to get underway Saturday, March 6 in Anchorage, Alaska, Jamaican musher Newton Marshall appears set to build on the island’s foray in winter adventure sports, and Jamaicans and supporters alike are being encouraged to take part in “Rootin’ for Newton.” Persons can show their support for the “Rootin for Newton” campaign by visiting the Jamaica Dogsled Team website at http://jamaicadogsled.spreadshirt.com/.

ImageMiami FC moves one step closer to kick-starting a new era of professional soccer in South Florida by announcing today the promotion of Assistant Coach, Victor Pastora, to the position of Head Coach for the 2010 season. Pastora replaces Crizam Cézar de Oliveira Filho, best known as “Zinho”.

Pastora, 34, has been an assistant coach since the formation of the club. He has had experience as an interim Head Coach with Miami FC, taking over in August 2007 for then-coach Chiquinho de Assis. He also served as the director of coaching for Kendall Soccer Coalition and has a United States Soccer Federation “A” Coaching License.

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