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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, May 25, 2007
The press is swarming over former England internationals Michael Owen and David Beckham before the upcoming international period, during which the Lions face mighty Brazil in their first international at the new Wembley stadium before traveling to Estonia for a must-win Euro 2008 qualifying match. After being out of action ... Read the whole story
Looks like there's going to be a summer clear out at Anfield, after all. An angry-sounding Rafael Benitez, still smarting perhaps from Liverpool's 2-1 loss in the Champions League final on Wednesday, called on Liverpool's board to release the necessary funds to attract the world's top talent or the club ... Read the whole story
The New York Post summed it up nicely: "The Red Bulls keep losing players and winning games." Missing Ronald Waterreus, right back Hunter Freeman, left back Todd Dunivant and captain Claudio Reyna for the fourth straight game (and looking admittedly shaky at times in defense), the Bulls still blanked the ... Read the whole story
With barely a month to go before the tournament's opening, the South American soccer confederation (CSF) warned that Copa America host Venezuela might not have its stadiums ready in time. To Venezuela's credit, the plan to build five new stadiums and host the 12-team tournament at nine different venues was ... Read the whole story
Oakland A's owner Lew Wolff is still on the case for bringing the San Jose Earthquakes back to Major League Soccer. In an interview with USA Today, Wolff said he would like to have the team registered for the 2008 season-with or without a new stadium. Wolff and John Fisher, ... Read the whole story


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