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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, Oct. 26, 2006
D.C. United and U.S. national team midfielder Ben Olsen remembers when Christian Gomez arrived at D.C. United in August 2004. "The first couple of days he was out of shape, from Argentina," Olsen said. "And I remember having conversations with guys, saying 'Where did we get this guy?' 'How much ... Read the whole story
In his column in today's La Gazzetta Dello Sport former Italy manager Arrigo Sacchi drops his two cents on why Serie A's attendances have dropped to a 35-year low. He contends that the problem is beyond a single cause, but among the problems he sees are "tired, inhospitable," deteriorating stadiums, ... Read the whole story
AC Milan's Brazilian midfielder Kaka declared that this weekend's derby between his team and Inter Milan is to be worth six points. The Rossoneri are currently 12th in the Serie A standings, 11 points behind leader Inter, with 7 points after the club's 8-point deduction for its part in last ... Read the whole story
FIFA vice president Jack Warner was purring after a tour of Toronto's new BMO Field, the stadium where Major League Soccer's expansion Toronto FC will play its home matches, The Canadian Press reported Thursday. "I get goose pimples looking at this," Warner said. "When I left here [in April], it ... Read the whole story
Diego Maradona could possibly return to coaching as the manager of Honduras, according to BBC News. At the very least, the Honduran soccer federation has held talks with the Argentine legend, who told reporters, "I'm sure we could form a good team. I have spoken with many people who say ... Read the whole story


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