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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, April 18, 2007
UEFA on Wednesday pulled off a shock decision in awarding the 2012 European Championship to joint-hosts Poland and Ukraine, a move that has already secured the legacy of new UEFA President Michel Platini, the Guardian's Jonathan Wilson said. The "jaw-droppingly unexpected" decision was no doubt a "welcome" one, he said, ... Read the whole story
American sports tycoon Stan Kroenke has kept mum about whether the purchase of a 10 percent stake in Arsenal FC by his sports conglomerate heralds a future takeover attempt, but Arsenal's Peter Hill-Wood has two words for him: go away. The Gunners' chairman told the Guardian that the club's shareholders ... Read the whole story
The San Jose Earthquakes may not be resurrected after all, according to a San Jose Mercury news report. Property developer Lew Wolff, who wants to resurrect the MLS club, is at loggerheads with San Jose State University over how to share revenue from a new stadium, which both the university ... Read the whole story
Following a series of last-minute, high-profile signings from the New York Red Bulls, Columbus Crew and Kansas City Wizards, New England Revolution coach Steve Nicol tells the Boston Globe that the Revs are out to capture a big star of their own. "We're looking, but it's always the same -- ... Read the whole story
The New England Revolution's Shalrie Joseph never got that contract he wanted, and now the holding midfielder says his only recourse is to strike. "Sooner or later, I am going to have to make a decision whether to continue playing or to hold out," Joseph told Soccer New England. "I ... Read the whole story


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