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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Nov. 27, 2006
As was widely predicted, Italy captain Fabio Cannavaro has succeeded Ronaldinho as the European Player of the Year. The Real Madrid defender won France Football's Ballon d'Or, which is voted on by Europe's sporting press, with 173 votes, ahead of Italy teammate Gianluigi Buffon with 124, and Frenchman Thierry Henry ... Read the whole story
The sporting press at home appears certain the announcement of Juergen Klinsmann as U.S. national team coach is imminent. Let's hope so. Grahame L. Jones of the L.A. Times is so certain of it, in fact, he goes on to discuss the options open to Klinsmann once he takes the ... Read the whole story
When Bruce Arena took over as New York Red Bulls coach late in the summer, he made no secret of the fact that changes would be made at the end of the 2006 season. Well, big changes have indeed been made: Youri Djorkaeff and Mark Lisi both retired, while Steve ... Read the whole story
A lot has been made of the fantastic chest-trap and overhead kick scored by Ronaldinho against Villarreal at the Nou Camp on Saturday, but make no mistake about the fact that AS Roma captain Francesco Totti's 74th-minute strike against Sampdoria was every bit as impressive. The Italy striker not only ... Read the whole story
It was a pulsating top-of-the-table clash, but ultimately, the stalemate that was Manchester United's 1-1 draw with Chelsea at Old Trafford will go down as a missed opportunity for the home team. "If I was in their position, I would be very frustrated," Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho said. "Man United ... Read the whole story


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