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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, March 22, 2007
New UEFA president Michel Platini wants to extend the executive committee's power in soccer's European governing body by implementing a more hands-on approach to the management of the organization. During his campaign, Platini said he wanted to shake up the way UEFA was run. His predecessor, Lennart Johansson, often delegated ... Read the whole story
Zinedine Zidane, Luis Figo and Ronaldo may have declined the advances of MLS, but Toronto FC signing Carl Robinson, a former Norwich player, tells BBC Sport to expect more Brits to follow Becks into soccer's new world. "You might be surprised in the next few weeks," the 30-year old Welshman ... Read the whole story
West Ham United "could be in for a hammering," writes David Conn of the Guardian, over the alleged breach of Premiership rules involved in the signing of Carlos Tevez and Javier Mascherano. Last Friday the Hammers completed its defense of the Premier League's allegation, denying that the board's dealing with ... Read the whole story
The New York Times' Jack Bell interviews Watford's American central defender, Jay DeMerit, who's celebrating his first call-up to the U.S. national team for the friendlies against Ecuador Sunday and Guatemala next Wednesday. For one thing, DeMerit says, training and playing in Tampa and then Frisco, Texas, offers a nice ... Read the whole story
Real Salt Lake is training in Fresno for its friendly against the local team, Fresno Fuego. Of course, Freddy Adu is there training with his teammates, but to the chagrin of Fresno Bee reporter Matt James, he won't be around when RSL faces the fourth-tier American club: on Thursday he'll ... Read the whole story


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