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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, July 26, 2006
There are big problems in little MLS, writes J. Hutcherson of the US National Soccer Team Player's Association. Two MLS clubs are failing to show adequate growth after investing in new stadiums, new attendance problems abound for New England and now Columbus, two more clubs are talking openly about relocating, ... Read the whole story
Inter Milan was officially awarded the 2005-06 Italian league title on Wednesday, the Italian soccer federation said after both Juventus and AC Milan were deducted points for their involvement in a match-fixing scandal. Inter finished third last season, 15 points behind Juventus, which won the title with a record-breaking 91 ... Read the whole story
Here's a headline to catch advertisers' attention: "World Cup ratings equal 64 Super Bowls." As eye-catching a headline as that is, there are two caveats: one, with the World Cup, we're talking about a truly worldwide audience, and two, that figure represents an average of the event's combined audience after ... Read the whole story
Real have lodged in a final bid for Manchester United striker Ruud van Nistelrooy. The player clearly wants to go, and as much as Real Madrid wants him, United manager Sir Alex Ferguson won't budge on a high $28 million transfer fee. The British press is running several conflicting reports ... Read the whole story


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