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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, April 24, 2007
Phil Ball of ESPN Soccernet takes his usual look back at the week that was in Spain, dominated, he points out, by two stunning goals of very different quality. And they just so happened to be produced by the two most dominant teams in the land: Barcelona and Real Madrid. ... Read the whole story
Under different circumstances, AC Milan's Gennaro Gattuso, pegged by the English press as the danger-man before Manchester United's UEFA Champions League semifinal, could have been a Red Devil. In fact, in a press conference on Monday, Sir Alex Ferguson made his admiration for Milan's entire squad abundantly clear.The United coach ... Read the whole story
Jose Mourinho is playing mind games again, after singling out Liverpool, Chelsea's Champions League semifinal opponent, as the favorite to win the title. "If you push me to give a favorite, then I think Liverpool should be favorite," Mourinho told reporters before Wednesday's first leg at Stamford Bridge. He cited ... Read the whole story
The times have a-changed in England's Premier League. Americans in the league are no longer a novelty and no longer just goalkeepers. Indeed, as EPL strengthens its claim to being the world's best league, the USA continues to extend its influence. As Chuck Culpepper of the Los Angeles Times points ... Read the whole story
Three 2007 season is three weeks old and the New York Red Bulls have yet to concede a goal. After two wins in a row, Bruce Arena's Bulls have played some good stuff, but their defense has been most impressive, shutting out some of the league's top goal scorers last ... Read the whole story


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