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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, March 30, 2007
ESPN this week has launched a new marketing effort to promote its coverage of Major League Soccer, Brandweek reports. The campaign, "You are a fan. You just don't know it yet," spans TV, print and radio, but the ads will only be shown on Walt Disney Co.-owned properties including all ... Read the whole story
FIFA.com profiles the U.S. national team, giving a somewhat stern review of interim head coach Bob Bradley, who's steered the men's national team to a 3-0-1 record in his first four games in charge. Despite USA's poor World Cup, it was never going to be easy for Bradley to repeat ... Read the whole story
England fans booed their own of the field as the Lions walked off the field at halftime with the score tied 0-0 against the tiny, tiny nation of Andorra (whose population is about the size of Wembley Stadium). A harsh reaction, perhaps, especially since the team eventually churned out a ... Read the whole story
Manchester United has regained its stature as the most valuable team in soccer, while Ronaldinho displaced David Beckham as game's richest player, according to an annual report compiled by Forbes. United is actually the world's fourth-highest earner in terms of revenue at $310 million, but the American business magazine pegs ... Read the whole story
Sampdoria's young American striker, Gabriel Ferrari, has been absolutely on fire since Thomas Rongen called him up for the U.S. U-20 men's national team. The 18-year old Manhattan native scored twice in his debut for the U-20s, a 3-2 win over SMU, before notching the game-winner against the Haitian national ... Read the whole story


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