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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, July 30, 2007
Pele, the Brazilian widely regarded as the greatest player of all time, has fired a warning to the L.A. Galaxy's David Beckham, warning him that achieving glory in MLS will be far tougher than many think. Beckham has repeatedly stated that his intention in coming to America is to raise ... Read the whole story
Surprisingly well-received by fans, and surprising (perhaps) for the success MLS teams are enjoying, the SuperLiga is (rightly) garnering all the attention in American soccer recently. However, after all is said and done, David Beckham's left ankle should be just about healed, and the attention surrounding MLS will inevitably revert ... Read the whole story
Notwithstanding (perhaps) the No. 23 shirt worn by David Beckham of the L.A. Galaxy, Mexican-American soccer fans across the country are far more likely to pick up a Club America or Chivas de Guadalajara jersey from their local sporting goods store than say, a Houston Dynamo jersey. Indeed, most Latino ... Read the whole story
Opponents to foreign ownership in English soccer are a frustrated bunch these days. In all, nine EPL clubs have been taken over by foreign investors; Americans own three of them, and soon, perhaps, four, if Colorado Rapids owner Stan Kroenke can buy his way further into Arsenal and gain control. ... Read the whole story
Newcastle United, for one, hasn't endured the happiest of takeovers. Englishman Mike Ashley took control of the club about a month ago, purchasing 90 percent of Newcastle's shares. But Manager Sam Allardyce is already at odds with the new owners, who "know very little about the football side" of running ... Read the whole story


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