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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Dec. 15, 2006
Few in soccer would argue that the quality of play in the annual UEFA Champions League surpasses that of FIFA's World Cup. After the dour soccer on display at last summer's championship, pundits across the world reiterated as much. Among soccer officials, it's one of those widely assumed but seldom ... Read the whole story
The Champions League draw in Nyon, Switzerland, produced two standout matches for the tournament's second round. The headliner pits 2005 winner Liverpool against last year's champion Barcelona, while Real Madrid will play Bayern Munich for the 17th time in the competition. The English Premier League's other teams will be very ... Read the whole story
By MLS standards, Real Salt Lake was an all-star last season, finishing fifth overall with an average attendance of 16,366 fans per game. However, that, like many official MLS attendance figures, was a gross overstatement, as the team's internal data revealed fewer than 10,000 paying customers per game. Why the ... Read the whole story
Newsweek columnist Mark Starr says Freddy Adu's "possible" move to Manchester United one day is pure..."bullswoosh." That is to say that Adu's two-week training session at United was a "commercial contrivance" conjured up by Nike, multi-million dollar sponsor of both Man United and the 17-year old, and perhaps the Glazer ... Read the whole story

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