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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, May 18, 2007
It's all eyes on England this weekend for the so-called "dream" FA Cup final between Premier League champion Manchester United and Chelsea, the team it dethroned. For many industry pundits, the FA Cup final has been a competition on the wane over the last several years, as bigger clubs tend ... Read the whole story
When Carlos Tevez and Javier Mascherano arrived at West Ham United last fall, both were full of hope and expectation, Tevez tells The Guardian. But Tevez recounts how very un-easy the first five months of life at Upton Park proved to be. While Tevez at least saw first-team action (but ... Read the whole story
Brazilian soccer legend Pele says David Beckham's pending arrival in America is not unlike his own some 22 years ago with the New York Cosmos of the NASL. "I remember when we played at San Jose, we lost 2 to 1," Pele recalled. "I said, 'My God, what am I ... Read the whole story
Chivas USA on Thursday became the fifth MLS team to have a company name adorning the front of its jersey. For an undisclosed fee, Mexican paint manufacturer Comex purchased the right to have its logo splashed across the front of the club's red and white striped jersey. Real Salt Lake ... Read the whole story
In protest of the Spanish soccer federation's system for revising referee decisions on appeal, referees in Spain's La Liga refused to detail why players were issued yellow cards in their match reports last weekend. Instead, they wrote "unsporting behavior" for each offense. As a result, 13 La Liga players will ... Read the whole story

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