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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, March 20, 2007
Major League Soccer simply doesn't have enough to show for its new designated player rule, says Brian Straus of U.S. Soccer Players. David Beckham and Claudio Reyna are great additions to the league, but each series of "major announcements" by the league since then have had nothing to do with ... Read the whole story
Following Ives Galarcep's oft-cited columns about the terrible financial situation of the New York Red Bulls, Big Apple Soccer decided to let the Bulls board respond, which they did, vaguely. "We are proud of what we accomplished in the last 12 months," Red Bull managing director Marc de Grandpre said ... Read the whole story
If indeed New York Red Bull lost $14 million last season, how does that compare to other MLS teams? Generally speaking, says Steve Davis of ESPN Soccernet, when you start examining MLS financials, "it's all as foggy as a Westminster morning," because, as with many companies owned by multi-layered organizations, ... Read the whole story
As they say, it's tough at the top, but for Inter Milan, it's even tougher at the top when there's three months left of a season and nearly nothing left to play for, writes Guardian columnist James Richardson. He's not talking about competition, of course, but rather infighting and rumors-all ... Read the whole story
A Man United-Chelsea FA Cup final is still on the cards, after the Premiership No. 1 and 2 won their respective replay quarterfinals on Monday. Man U squeaked passed Middlesbrough 1-0 and Chelsea completed its unlikely quarterfinal comeback by beating Tottenham, 2-1, at White Hart Lane, thanks to fantastic strikes ... Read the whole story


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