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Section 2 Around the Net Editions for October 2006
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Oct 31, 2006 
As U.S. Soccer Moves Forward, MLS Takes Steps Back by Soccer America
Study Says Refs Favor Home Side in the EPL by Soccer America
Column: Too Many Olive Branches for Calciopoli Clubs by Soccer America
Beckham Still Staying, Looks to Giggs for Inspiration by Soccer America
Mourinho Not Out for Revenge Against Barca by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Oct 30, 2006 
Column: Win or Not, an "Embarrassment" for D.C. United by Soccer America
Team Wins Bring Houston, Colorado to Western Finale by Soccer America
Three for Rooney in Emphatic Man Utd Win by Soccer America
Milan Derby an Instant Classic by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Oct 27, 2006 
Hedge Funds to Invest in Soccer Player Contracts by Soccer America
Prospective West Ham Bidders in a Date with Sven by Soccer America
Eriksson: Rooney's Fault England Lost the Cup by Soccer America
Juve Lawyer: We Probably Deserved Serie C by Soccer America
South Africa 2010 Budget Grows by $700 Million by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, Oct 26, 2006 
Gomez's Play Speaks for Itself by Soccer America
What's with Serie A's Low Attendances? by Soccer America
Kaka: We Must Stop Inter by Soccer America
FIFA Impressed by New MLS Stadium by Soccer America
Maradona to Coach Honduras? by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Oct 25, 2006 
MLS Loses Credibility with Joseph Suspension by Soccer America
Ruiz Dreams of Taking MLS Title at Home by Soccer America
For West Ham's Pardew, it's Win or Bust This Weekend by Soccer America
Serie A Attendances Drop by Soccer America
Report: More Than Half of World Cup Injuries Were Fakes by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Oct 24, 2006 
Lack of Goals, Missed Calls Mark Opening of MLS Playoffs by Soccer America
Weak Attendances Mar MLS Cup Opening Weekend by Soccer America
Raul Almost Quit Madrid After Getafe by Soccer America
Milan's Scoring Crisis by Soccer America
Serie A: AC, Inter Milan Strikers Struggle, Roma Unworried by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Oct 23, 2006 
A Super-Clasico for Real Madrid by Soccer America
Gomez-Moreno Connection Proves Lethal in NY by Soccer America
Steve Nicol Interview by Soccer America
Lippi Ready For New Challenge by Soccer America
Benitez: Players Must Show the Will to Improve by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Oct 20, 2006 
Ferguson Challenges Red Devils to Reach for 90 Points by Soccer America
Don't Forget About Chelsea-Portsmouth by Soccer America
West Ham the Front-Runner for London's 2012 Stadium by Soccer America
Boring, Boring Champions League by Soccer America
FA Clears Reading Duo of Wrongdoing against Chelsea by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, Oct 19, 2006 
Victory Notwithstanding, Mourinho Tarnishes His Own Reputation by Soccer America
Emphatic Home Win Puts Chelsea in Sight of Qualification by Soccer America
FA, Premier League Officials Pulled into West Ham Takeover Speculation by Soccer America
USA, Mexico Still Dormant After World Cup by Soccer America
Adu Ready for Postseason by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Oct 18, 2006 
As Ever, Mourinho Plays the Blame Game by Soccer America
Chelsea-Barcelona Part 1 by Soccer America
Henry Fumes at Poor Decision by Soccer America
Ferguson: Captain Rooney Back on Form by Soccer America
Lyon: Dark Horse or Firm Favorite? by Soccer America
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