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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2006
U.S. Soccer Federation President Sunil Gulati and Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber addressed the media yesterday in a joint conference call. Nick Green of the Torrance (Calif.) Daily Breeze found the information both pleasing and vexing. For the first time since 1995, the USA has accepted an invitation to ... Read the whole story
A new study aims to prove an old suspicion that referees' favor the home team. Research covering 2,500 matches in England's Premiership says that statistically, referees are more likely to show yellow and red cards to players on the away team. The study, conducted by the University of Bath in ... Read the whole story
Roberto Gotta of ESPN Soccernet says the outcome of last week's arbitrato, which was the final decision handed down to the clubs involved in the protracted Calciopoli scandal, represents the kind of "debatable justice" Italians have become used to over time. Disgraced ringleader Juventus, Lazio and Fiorentina all got further ... Read the whole story
It's unavoidable in the press these days: what's going to happen to David Beckham? Will he or won't he leave Real Madrid during the January transfer window? If he doesn't, will he definitely be leaving this summer? Fact is, the former England captain can't be too happy about his season ... Read the whole story
To be sure, Tuesday's Champions League clash between Barcelona-Chelsea didn't hold the significance of previous meetings-well, for Jose Mourinho and Chelsea, anyway. But it was actually a must-not-lose for Barcelona, which only had four points from its first three games. A loss at home would put the Catalans in the ... Read the whole story


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