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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, July 24, 2006
The Los Angeles Times has an interesting article about the eccentric investor-billionaire Phillip Anschutz, a man whose name Major League Soccer fans know very well. One-time owner of no less than six of the league's teams, Anschutz is also responsible for stadia, movie theaters, even a Hollywood production company; he ... Read the whole story
The defense teams for the four Italian soccer clubs found guilty of match-fixing completed began their appeals process over the weekend, hoping to land softer sentences after three top clubs, including champion Juventus, were relegated to Serie B; all four were deducted points for the forthcoming seasons and banned from ... Read the whole story
Republic of Ireland international Damien Duff was a steal for Newcastle at $9.2 million; the Magpies are receiving a winger of the highest quality who will be arriving at the club at the peak of his career. While Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho emphasized he was sad to let such a ... Read the whole story
He must not be in very high demand: Argentina's 31-year-old striker, Hernan Crespo, is still a Chelsea player despite loudly proclaiming his intention to return to his beloved Italy. For months, he's been telling anybody who's willing to listen that he and his family are unhappy with life in England. ... Read the whole story
He's going, he's not going, he's going, he's not going. One thing is for sure, Ruud Van Nistelrooy is back in England training with Manchester United, according to several reports. The unhappy Dutchman has seen his club reject bids from both Real Madrid and Bayern Munich due to the "exorbitant ... Read the whole story


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