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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, July 18, 2006
U.S. soccer needs Jurgen Klinsmann to replace Bruce Arena as national team caoch, writes Grant Wahl of "It's not too complicated, really," says Wahl. "By showing the door to manager Bruce Arena -- who was denied his wish of remaining for a third four-year term -- Gulati is saying ... Read the whole story
Sir Alex Ferguson and Manchester United received a boost when a refinancing program was unveiled that should free up some cash for the high profile English club. Ferguson is the only manager of the top four English clubs who has yet to make a significant summer signing. In fact, with ... Read the whole story
As expected, the four Italian teams found guilty of match-fixing will begin an appeals process on Saturday. On July 14, a sports tribunal found Juventus, Fiorentina and Lazio guilty of conspiring with match officials to rig matches in the 2004-05 season. As a result, these teams have been relegated to ... Read the whole story
La Marca reports that Real Madrid have agreed a fee of 14 million euros for Ruud Van Nistelrooy. Speculation across Europe is rife that the deal will close tomorrow, despite a hard-line stance by Sir Alex Ferguson and United officials that Ruud's transfer would require a hefty sum. The latest ... Read the whole story
Columnist Robert Steinbeck is proud to say he can appreciate the best any sport has to offer, with one little caveat. Soccer just doesn't cut it for him, and he says he tried particularly hard during the World Cup to be turned on, but alas, nothing. However, it's less interesting ... Read the whole story

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