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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, Aug. 31, 2006
No, you didn't read that wrong. It's come from way out of left field, but West Ham United has stepped forward as the mysterious English club that gained the signature of Corinthians players Javier Mascherano and Carlos Tevez, two of Argentina's most important young players. The transfer coup is likely ... Read the whole story
Milan got their striker, but it isn't Ronaldo. Instead, Ricardo Oliveira, another talented Brazilian, has signed a five-year deal with the Italian giants after his club Real Betis accepted $22 million plus Swiss midfielder Johann Vogel in return. The negotiations over the striker's future, which had been ongoing, appeared to ... Read the whole story
A meeting involving Italian soccer federation (FIGC) President Guido Rossi, Olympic committee (CONI) chief Gianni Petrucci and Juventus President Giovanni Cobolli Gigli appears to have settled the dispute between Italian soccer and the infamous Turin club over a match-fixing scandal that saw Juventus stripped of its titles and banished to ... Read the whole story
It seems that this year in particular there are scores of unhappy foreign players who wish to return home but cannot due to the inordinately high transfer prices their clubs are asking for. Canadian-bred England midfielder Owen Hargreaves at Bayern Munich comes to mind, as does Spaniard Jose Antonio Reyes ... Read the whole story
In a surprise move, Newcastle United found a fourth striker on the final day of the transfer season as Guiseppe Rossi, Manchester United's promising young striker, secured a year-long loan deal with the Tyneside club. Despite the addition of the American-born player, who grew up playing in new Jersey, Newcastle ... Read the whole story


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