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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, March 26, 2007
The New York Times has a profile on Ronaldinho, Barcelona's Brazilian star and the man many still consider to be the best player in the world despite his third-place finish at the 2006 FIFA awards. He is a one-man endorsement machine, appearing in billboards throughout Barcelona and commercials around the ... Read the whole story
There was much to be excited about for U.S. soccer fans after Landon Donovan's emphatic hat trick led the U.S. men's national team past Ecuador, 3-1, in Tampa on Sunday. If Donovan could start showing that kind of form, producing the type of finishes he did, he would easily solidify ... Read the whole story
Anaheim, Calif.'s Jorge Flores was crowned the winner of Sueno MLS on Sunday, as the nationally televised (on Spanish language television, anyway) month-long contest came to an end, resulting in an extended tryout with the Chivas USA U-19 team for the winner.   "I gave my very best during the ... Read the whole story
Like grounded children, Coach Steve McClaren on Saturday said, "They'll be in this evening" after his England players produced a thoroughly impotent attacking display during its 0-0 Euro 2008 qualifier against Israel in Tel Aviv. The result certainly didn't make McClaren look any better or any more competent as national ... Read the whole story
A big weekend of Euro 2008 qualifying was headlined by Germany's impressive 2-1 away win to the Czech Republic in Group D, thanks two goals from the recently recalled Kevin Kuranyi, Turkey's 4-1 thrashing of defending European champion Greece in Group C, and Serbia's shock 2-1 loss to Kazakhstan in ... Read the whole story

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