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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, June 21, 2006
According to the Independent, Sven Goran Eriksson somehow inspires "performances that defy comprehension, games that come with triumph and despair in equal measure." In a typical England game, with Sven at helm, fair is foul and foul is fair, "and last night was his defining act," the article said. Consider ... Read the whole story
When you receive this, you will probably already be watching or about to watch what we hope is the spectacle that Argentina versus the Netherlands could be. Right now, everyone watching this tournament, and apparently, everyone playing in it too, is anxious to see how Argentina responds to its crushing ... Read the whole story
Poor Michael Owen. It took him forever to recover from a broken foot sustained late last year. He clearly returned too early, was never really match fit, and now he's suffered a torn ACLone of the most devastating injuries in soccerthat ends his World Cup and could take up to ... Read the whole story
Mortgage lender Northern Rock, principal sponsor of English Premier League club Newcastle United, has pulled an advertisement that was scheduled to run throughout the World Cup, after it learned that Michael Owen, the Newcastle striker featured in the ad, would sit out the rest of the tournament with a cruciate ... Read the whole story
In the American press, those who don't understand that the United States not only played one of the traditional defensive powerhouses of world soccer, but had to do so after two of its players were sent off, might look at the team's goal-scoring record and conclude that team USA needs ... Read the whole story


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