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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, Dec. 14, 2006
U.S. Soccer suffered yet another tragedy this year as Lamar Hunt, a pioneer of the game here in the United States, succumbed to cancer on Wednesday night. Big Apple Soccer has a fitting tribute to the man who devoted much of his life to seeing the U.S. become a soccer ... Read the whole story
It's looking more and more likely that Oguchi Onyewu, the U.S. national team defender, will leave Belgian club Standard Liege during the January transfer window, possibly for England or Spain, according to the 24-year old, who spoke with the Soccer Times. Onyewu nearly joined Middlesbrough over the summer; in fact, ... Read the whole story
A takeover by Dubai International Capital could be exactly what Liverpool needs to ensure the long-term future of captain Steven Gerrard. Reports keep coming in that DIC is on the verge of completing an $882 million takeover of the storied English club, and Gerrard couldn't be happier. He told the ... Read the whole story
European champion FC Barcelona eased past Mexico's Club America, 4-0, on Thursday to book a place in Sunday's Club World Cup final against South American champ Internacional in Yokohama. Ronaldinho, who has been rumored to three-peat as FIFA's World Player of the Year this year, led the Catalans with a ... Read the whole story
According to MLSnet, last week's trip to England for Major League Soccer's "Generation adidas" was a resounding success. The MLS youngsters got a chance to play against the reserve sides of several English clubs. The squad was comprised of 21 members of the league's developmental program and they remained in ... Read the whole story


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