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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2006
History says that Premier League clubs don't like to pay big transfer fees for Major League Soccer's field players. Tim Howard, a goalkeeper, fetched $3.6 million when he left the MetroStars for Manchester United, but Fulham paid the most expensive transfer fee to MLS for an American field player when ... Read the whole story
Peter Nowak, whom we all know has had a tumultuous relationship with 17-year-old Freddy Adu at D.C. United, warned the teenager against moving to Manchester United, saying he had already departed for his training session at Old Trafford on bad advice. Nowak said the Premiership would overwhelm him, as the ... Read the whole story
t would seem that FIFA and the domestic organizations that govern soccer in countries across Europe are perennially at odds, desperately in need of some peacemaking. Yesterday, at Soccerex, the sport's annual business convention, Arsenal vice chairman David Dein staked his claim to be the man to bridge that gap. ... Read the whole story
After a presentation from Sepp Blatter at the Soccerex business convention in Dubai, during which the FIFA president said professional clubs should field no less than six domestically produced players per game in their starting eleven, Chelsea chief executive Peter Kenyon felt the need to defend his club. The Chelsea ... Read the whole story
At Soccerex, BBC News points out that Arsenal vice chairman David Dein was also forced to defend G14, the union that represents Europe's clubs before FIFA in matters of finance. Its members include Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester United, Chelsea, AC and Inter Milan, Juventus, Bayern Munich and Porto. "G-14 is ... Read the whole story

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