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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, Dec. 21, 2006
Reuters publishes yet another skeptical report about the superstar viability of Major League Soccer teenager Freddy Adu. Since his training session with Manchester United in late November-which some in the press suggested was a Nike PR stunt-most of the press surrounding the 17-year old has been negative. A few weeks ... Read the whole story
FC Sevilla ended 2005 in triumphant style by blitzing Deportivo La Coruna 4-0 at home, extending its lead atop the La Liga to four points. Second-place FC Barcelona has two games in hand, the first of which was to played Thursday against Atletico Madrid. Goals from league leading scorer Freddy ... Read the whole story
While most reports in the press claim that Premier League managers have been taken off the hook by the bungs report prepared by investigator Lord Stevens, the Telegraph's Henry Winter says all the talk about a big cover-up is "hogwash." This year's January transfer window will be "the most transparent ... Read the whole story
Sir Alex Ferguson and Manchester United fans are expecting big things from Henrik Larsson, who begins his loan deal at Old Trafford on Jan. 2. United''s tiring front-line consists of Wayne Rooney, Louis Saha, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer-when he's fit. As Solskjaer returns from injury, Larsson's arrival could prove to ... Read the whole story
The Houston Dynamo, Major League Soccer's 2006 champion, will send three players largely untested at the international to the U.S. training camp. Interim coach Bob Bradley's initial roster includes Brian Mullan (2 caps), Ricardo Clark (1) and Eddie Robinson (0). Houston coach Dominic Kinnear, himself a former U.S. international, said, ... Read the whole story


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