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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Oct. 23, 2006
Real Madrid's fans are in rapture: Robinho has finally been given (and is taking) his chance, Raul is scoring again, the players have learned how to defend as a team, and as a result, Los Merengues produced their best performance of the season yesterday, beating bitter rival Barcelona 2-0 at ... Read the whole story
It was a fantastic goal: Christian Gomez ran with the ball into what appeared to be a crowded Red Bull defense before laying the ball off to veteran Jaime Moreno, who returned a lovely weighted pass into the only available space for Gomez to loft the ball delicately over Jeff ... Read the whole story
New England manager Steve Nicol, whose Revs just lost the opening leg of Major League Soccer's Eastern Conference semis 1-0 to the Chicago Fire, sat down with BBC News to discuss life as an MLS coach-and the possibility of becoming coach of the U.S. National Team. BBC Sport claims he's ... Read the whole story
Marcello Lippi, Italy's World Cup-winning coach, says he will return to the game in the New Year, according to Football Italia. The former Italy coach was linked with a move to Manchester United as a possible replacement for Sir Alex Ferguson, who is expected to retire after his 20th season ... Read the whole story
With one point from its last three English Premier League games, things are starting to look desperate at Liverpool Football Club. Reds coach Rafael Benitez responded to Sunday's deflating 2-0 defeat to Manchester United at Old Trafford by telling his players they now need to start proving themselves. Benitez has ... Read the whole story

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