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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2006
Major League Soccer lost credibility in soccer columnist Frank Dell'Apa's eyes following the suspension of New England's holding midfielder Shalrie Joseph for the home leg of the Revolution's Eastern Conference semifinal against the Chicago Fire. Dell'Apa says referee Tim Weyland handled the situation correctly when he allowed play to proceed ... Read the whole story
FC Dallas forward Carlos Ruiz, winner of Major League Soccer's Most Valuable Player award in 2002 when he won the title with the Los Angeles Galaxy, lifted the Hoops to victory with a first-half goal against the Colorado Rapids in the first-leg of the Eastern Conference semifinal. The New York ... Read the whole story
Oh, how quickly the fortunes of West Ham United have changed: two months ago, manager Alan Pardew and his Hammers had started the season with a respectable 4 points from 3 games. It didn't help that record-signing Dean Ashton managed to break his leg while training with England for a ... Read the whole story
League officials in Italy, hoping for renewed enthusiasm in the country's domestic soccer league following this summer's World Cup triumph, will be disappointed to hear that fewer and fewer spectators are attending Serie A matches, according to a study conducted by Italian newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport. The average crowd ... Read the whole story
If you had any doubt as to the authenticity of the myriad injuries audiences around the world had to sit through during the World Cup, doubt no more: FIFA has just issued an internal report detailing the extent of the histrionics at this summer's tournament in Germany. The chief finding-not ... Read the whole story


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