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July 1, 1994 | MIKE DOWNEY
Ernie Stewart, U.S. player, what's your reaction to Maradona's suspension? "I don't know. He did it, with his doctor or by himself or whatever. It's not my fault."
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July 1, 1994 | MIKE DOWNEY
Ernie Stewart, U.S. player, what's your reaction to Maradona's suspension? "I don't know. He did it, with his doctor or by himself or whatever. It's not my fault."
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May 15, 1994 | JULIE CART
The U.S. national soccer team will make its final Orange County appearance before the World Cup when it plays host to the national team of Armenia today at 3:30 p.m. at Cal State Fullerton. Returning to the U.S. lineup are defender Cle Kooiman and striker Ernie Stewart. Kooiman, a central defender, has rejoined the team from Cruz Azul in the Mexican first division. Stewart played last season with Willem II in the Dutch first division.
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June 10, 1994 | JULIE CART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As promised, Ernie Stewart has arrived, punctually, to retrieve a reporter from the central train station on a misty fall day. Negotiating the narrow streets with expert speed, Stewart drives to the grounds of his soccer team, Willem II, then ushers his guest through a maze of dark rooms and corridors leading out to the green field. A groundsman shouts hello. This is Stewart's home, but it isn't. When he returns the man's greeting in Dutch, he's not speaking his native tongue.
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June 10, 1994 | JULIE CART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As promised, Ernie Stewart has arrived, punctually, to retrieve a reporter from the central train station on a misty fall day. Negotiating the narrow streets with expert speed, Stewart drives to the grounds of his soccer team, Willem II, then ushers his guest through a maze of dark rooms and corridors leading out to the green field. A groundsman shouts hello. This is Stewart's home, but it isn't. When he returns the man's greeting in Dutch, he's not speaking his native tongue.
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April 28, 1994 | Associated Press
Peter Vermes, a former captain of the U.S. national soccer team who started all three games during the 1990 World Cup, was cut by the team Wednesday. Vermes, 27, has 11 goals in 70 international appearances. However, his role was lessened in recent years, with more playing time given to Roy Wegerle, Ernie Stewart and Eric Wynalda.
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October 3, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Ernie Stewart, a forward with Willem II of the Netherlands first division, was called up to the U.S. national soccer team today for next week's game in Poland. Stewart, 21, was born in Veghel, Netherlands, and lived in the United States from 1971 to '76. He now lives in the Dutch city of Uden and is tied for the league lead this season with five goals. Last year, he scored 14 goals for VV Venlow of the Dutch second division. Stewart's father is American and his mother Dutch.
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December 18, 1993 | ELLIOTT ALMOND
The U.S. national soccer team, minus some of its best players, will play Germany today at noon in a World Cup tune-up at Stanford Stadium. The United States will play the defending World Cup champion without forwards Roy Wegerle and Eric Wynalda and midfielders John Harkes and Tab Ramos, who are playing professionally in Europe. Thomas Dooley and Ernie Stewart, who scored all the Americans' goals in a 4-3 loss to Germany last June in the U.S. Cup, will play today.
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April 24, 1994 | GRAHAME JONES
The U.S. national team continues its preparation for this summer's World Cup soccer tournament when it plays Iceland at 3 p.m. today at Southwestern College in Chula Vista. The match marks the third meeting between the teams in little more than a year. On April 17 last year, the United States tied Iceland, 1-1, at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa in a game during which American defender Marcelo Balboa suffered torn ligaments in his right knee. The injury sidelined Balboa for seven months.
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June 12, 1994 | Grahame L. Jones
* COACH: Bora Milutinovic. * KEY PLAYERS: Tony Meola, Thomas Dooley, Eric Wynalda. * STRENGTHS: Not many. The team is individually skilled but collectively weak. Wynalda, Ernie Stewart and Cobi Jones have excellent speed. There is creative ability in Tab Ramos and Claudio Reyna. Dooley reads the game well. Meola, when in form, can be an above-average goalkeeper. * WEAKNESSES: The players make mistakes when pressured, passes go astray, the ball is kicked aimlessly.
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May 15, 1994 | JULIE CART
The U.S. national soccer team will make its final Orange County appearance before the World Cup when it plays host to the national team of Armenia today at 3:30 p.m. at Cal State Fullerton. Returning to the U.S. lineup are defender Cle Kooiman and striker Ernie Stewart. Kooiman, a central defender, has rejoined the team from Cruz Azul in the Mexican first division. Stewart played last season with Willem II in the Dutch first division.
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July 9, 1995 | Associated Press
Eric Wynalda scored two first-half goals as the U.S. soccer team beat Chile, 2-1, on Saturday for its first ever victory in the America Cup. Wynalda opened the scoring in the 15th minute, converting a cross from Ernie Stewart from five yards out. About 14 minutes later, he bent a 19-yard free kick past goalkeeper Marcelo Ramirez. Wynalda has 17 goals in 61 appearances, passing Hugo Perez for second place on the U.S. career list, four behind Bruce Murray. The U.S.
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