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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, Feb. 15, 2007
They're already calling it the "group of death": Wednesday's 2007 Copa America draw saw the U.S. placed with Argentina, Colombia and Paraguay in Group C, which on paper anyway, looks to be the strongest of the three.U.S. coach Bob Bradley knows it will be tough: "I think we all felt ... Read the whole story
Suddenly things just seem to be turning around for L.A. Galaxy-bound David Beckham. Recalled to the Real Madrid first team last weekend, Beckham was instrumental in helping the Merengues win 2-1 at Real Sociedad, scoring once and helping to create the second. Now, England coach Steve McClaren, who dropped the ... Read the whole story
Guardian columnist Steven Wells hits out at a New York Times article from a month ago written about the Fugees, the rag-tag soccer team of Luma Mufleh, the inspiring Jordanian-American woman with a military mentality and a heart of gold. Wells says the Times story, which for weeks topped the ... Read the whole story
He may not be surrounded with the glittering hype that hangs over his older brother Freddy, but Fro Adu is on his way to achieving a different kind of first for the Adu family: a college degree. Fro, a 15-year old high school senior has recently accepted an offer to ... Read the whole story
Despite missing two penalties, Arsenal was able to secure safe passage to the fifth round of the F.A. Cup with a 3-1 overtime win over Bolton. The win was a sweet one for Arsene Wenger's men because it came at Reebok Stadium, which had proven to be something of an ... Read the whole story


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