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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, Sept. 28, 2006
Some people just don't think the "bung" scandal that has recently enveloped English soccer is all that surprising. Bungs are kickbacks, and Collin Gordon, close friend and agent of England manager Steve McClaren, says managers and agents take them all the time. Gordon called England "the dirty man of Europe" ... Read the whole story
Peter Crouch put in the kind of goalscoring performance last night that coaches dream of. Never mind that Liverpool nearly gave up a three-goal lead and had to endure a nervy last 25 minutes in a crucial Champions League match at home to Galatasaray. The manner in which the Turks ... Read the whole story
Discipline once again proved to be a major problem for Inter Milan, as the nine-man Nerazzurri fell 2-0 at home to German champion Bayern Munich. Forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic was sent off for a second yellow card in the 58th minute, and then Fabio Grosso later joined him for throwing out ... Read the whole story
David Beckham's contract dispute continues with Real Madrid. Both the club and the player have openly stated their intent to continue the relationship, but both sides still have yet to agree to an extension. At the moment, things aren't going very well for David Beckham: he's lost his place in ... Read the whole story
Major League Soccer downplayed speculation linking D.C. United's teenage sensation Freddy Adu with Reading in the English Premiership. Whisperings in the press said that Reading was reportedly set to sign the 17-year old on loan in January after the MLS season concludes in November. However, D.C. United does not want ... Read the whole story
The Chicago Fire won its fourth U.S. Open Cup last night, beating the defending champ Los Angeles Galaxy 3-1 at Toyota Park. Nate Jaqua opened the scoring in the 10th minute, heading home after Andy Herron's shot across the goalmouth deflected toward him. Six minutes later Herron added his name ... Read the whole story


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