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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2007
Has Major League Soccer's "designated player" strategy already gone bust? It may be harsh to say so just a month after David Beckham signed with the Los Angeles Galaxy, but Frank Dell'Apa of ESPN Soccernet says there are signs the plan isn't working.For one thing he says, overtures made to ... Read the whole story
U.S. Soccer on Tuesday announced that it's forming an organizing committee to prepare a bid for the 2018 World Cup, for which England is also planning a bid. The host won't be chosen until 2012. "We showed in 1994 that the U.S. is capable of hosting a terrific event," U.S. ... Read the whole story
Don't expect changes overnight, New York Red Bulls owner Dietrich Mateschitz tells fans in a New York Daily News interview. He takes the long view instead: "It will take a number of years to build a top team," Mateschitz told the paper, adding that he doesn't anticipate bringing in a ... Read the whole story
Javier Mascherano has finally, officially gotten his second chance in the Premiership, after the league Tuesday cleared him to play at Liverpool FC for the remaining three and a half months of the season. The deal has been held up since the transfer deadline expired on Feb. 1. It has ... Read the whole story
At a press conference Monday that was supposed to be about Arsenal's preparation for Tuesday's second round Champions League clash with PSV Eindhoven, Manager Arsene Wenger expressed a deeper concern for the fact that Chelsea is allowed to operate at a loss of $156 million because it has a billionaire ... Read the whole story


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