misidentified the tournament as the U-20 World Cup.
It’s a name that could be misleading, says U.C. Davis’ Tom Coughlin, but U.s.
Soccer’s Tom Morris says it’s not.
“I’ve had people ask me, ‘How does it work?’ and I said, ‘It’s all the same,'” Morris said.
“It’s called the u-20 world cup, but the U18 World Cup is a separate competition.
The U. of C. Davis senior men’s soccer team, which won its first U. S. title at the 2010 U-17 World Cup in Canada, is hoping to repeat its U-18 title this year.
Davis women’s team is aiming to do the same.
U.S.-based soccer club and Olympic committee executive director Jim O’Brien said he thinks the name is a little misleading.
We’re hoping that people are going to see that we are not going to be playing the U20 World cup,” O’Briens said.
When asked what it meant to have a title in front of them, Morris said he was not sure.
But U. Soccer has not been shy about expressing that U.ci World Cups are not soccer events.
It is a soccer competition.
“I’m not sure it’s an appropriate title for a soccer tournament,” Morris said about the u18 title.
“I think it’s a little bit of a misleading title.”
U.c Davis women head coach Sarah Stirling said the Uci World Games is the only competition to be called that.
She said there’s no need to change the name of the competition.
“This is a sport.
This is a competition,” she said.