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2008-07-16 09:01:00

EXMIN Resources Inc. (EXMIN) (TSX VENTURE: EXM) is pleased to announce the restart of metallurgical test work on gold-rich mineralized rock from the historic Reyna de Oro mine as part of the ongoing evaluation of the Reyna de Oro project. EXMIN has also been approached by private investors potentially interested in producing from small, at or near surface, high grade gold occurrences, via earn-in joint venture or outright purchase. Two bulk samples were taken from the tabular mineralized...

2006-06-22 15:25:07

By Chris Cowles NUREMBURG, Germany (Reuters) - U.S. captain Claudio Reyna has called time on his international career after their World Cup exit on Thursday and could soon be followed by striker Brian McBride and maybe even coach Bruce Arena. "I'm probably done," Reyna told reporters after his team lost 2-1 to Ghana in their final Group E match. "That's it." The curtain-call was bitter-sweet for Reyna, 32, who came off just before halftime after straining his left knee ligaments...

2006-06-09 10:52:24

By Erik Kirschbaum HAMBURG (Reuters) - The days when the U.S. were seen a soccer lightweight are long gone and any gap between the world's elite and teams like the Americans has all but disappeared, captain Claudio Reyna said on Friday. After shocking Portugal 3-2 in their opening match of the 2002 World Cup, the United States will open their tournament this time against a Czech Republic team on Monday that he believes is too smart to treat the Americans as pushovers. "They're...

2006-06-03 12:13:17

By Chris Cowles HAMBURG (Reuters) - U.S. captain Claudio Reyna will be fit to face the Czech Republic in the World Cup on June 12, coach Bruce Arena said on Saturday. Arena told reporters at the U.S. team hotel that midfielder Reyna "fully participated" in training, as did midfielder John O'Brien who is working to gain match fitness after playing only sporadically since the 2002 finals. "I think he's really going to be ready on June 12," said Arena of the opening fixture of the U.S....

2006-06-03 11:51:07

HAMBURG, Germany (Reuters) - U.S. captain Claudio Reyna will be fit to face the Czech Republic in the World Cup on June 12, coach Bruce Arena said on Saturday. Arena told reporters at the U.S. team hotel that midfielder Reyna "fully participated" in training, as did midfielder John O'Brien who is working to gain match fitness after playing only sporadically since the 2002 finals. "I think he's really going to be ready on June 12," said Arena of the opening fixture of the U.S. World...

2006-06-02 11:40:24

By Chris Cowles HAMBURG, Germany, June 2 - United States team mates Steve Cherundolo and Claudio Reyna know all about World Cup fever, even though soccer remains well below the radar in their sports-saturated country. "I've tried to tell people on the team what the World Cup fever has been like the past six months," Cherundolo told reporters at a news conference at the U.S. team hotel on Friday. "It's a really big deal," said the Hannover 96 defender. "In every aspect of (German)...

2006-05-24 13:00:54

By Chris Cowles NASHVILLE, Tennessee (Reuters) - U.S. captain Claudio Reyna did not suffer any muscle damage when he limped off in the 1-0 defeat against Morocco on Tuesday. It was feared the Manchester City midfielder had pulled his hamstring when he had to come off after only 15 minutes when he over-extended his leg trying to intercept a pass. However, a scan on Wednesday showed there was no serious damage and U.S. officials said the prognosis was very good. "There was no damage...

2006-05-24 12:57:50

Please read in fourth paragraph... U.S. assistant coach Glenn Myernick . A corrected repetition follows. By Chris Cowles NASHVILLE, Tennessee (Reuters) - U.S. captain Claudio Reyna did not suffer any muscle damage when he limped off in the 1-0 defeat against Morocco on Tuesday. It was feared the Manchester City midfielder had pulled his hamstring when he had to come off after only 15 minutes when he over-extended his leg trying to intercept a pass. However, a scan on Wednesday...


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