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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Aug. 21, 2006
Spain's La Liga kicks off this Sunday and while there are still 10 days open in the transfer window, most teams have their rosters set at this point. Make no mistake about it: the EPL may have Chelsea, but by and large, the world's best players will be playing in ... Read the whole story
Chelsea might have looked convincing during its comprehensive 3-0 win against Manchester City yesterday, but Manchester United was firing from all cylinders as the Red Devils dismantled Fulham 5-1. In fact, the game was beyond doubt after 20 minutes, as United kicked it into overdrive to score four goals in ... Read the whole story
Chelsea's defender situation is interesting: the club has just completed the signing of Dutch defender Khalid Boulahrouz from Hamburg, the signing of Ashley Cole hasn't even been mentioned in several days, and France center back William Gallas isn't even being mentioned by Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho when discussing his options ... Read the whole story
The Daily Telegraph asks Frank Lampard to be totally frank about rising expectations at Chelsea and the realization that his club is the new Real Madrid, continually filling its roster with ever-more galacticos. Galactico-culture, lest we forget, proved to be the undoing of Real Madrid in Spain, enabling the rise ... Read the whole story
It looks as though Juventus isn't done selling players after all. According to Football Italia, French Champion Lyon is readying a bid for Juve pair David Trezeguet and Mauro Camoranesi. Even though the disgraced former Italian champions have reiterated time and again that they will not be selling more players, ... Read the whole story


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