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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2007
As Freddy Adu continues to be neglected in Lisbon (the 18-year-old wasn't included in Benfica's traveling squad to face AC Milan in the Champions League on Tuesday), the calls to include another promising youngster in the cautionary category of America's Next Big Thing are mounting. Yes, we've heard all about ... Read the whole story
ESPN Soccernet's Steve Davis extends kudos to Major League Soccer for (sort of) shirking the American professional sports tradition of recycling "marginally successful managers and coaches." Davis says the practice has plagued American baseball, basketball and football for decades, preserving the "expedient choice" instead of blooding new guys who are ... Read the whole story
The English Premier League season is little more than a month old, but Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas is already looking a good bet for PFA Player of the Year. Yes, it's extremely early days, but Fabregas has already beaten his goals tally from last year, scoring five times in all ... Read the whole story
Speaking of Platini, the UEFA President on Wednesday called on the European Union to support him in his attempt to reform the Champions League, warning regulators that clubs such as Manchester United and Liverpool represent "a serious threat" to the future of European soccer. Reuters intercepted a letter addressed to ... Read the whole story
Despite the loss of marketing icon David Beckham, Real Madrid still has the highest commercial value of any European soccer club, according to BBDO. The Spanish champion's brand was valued at $1.53 billion by the global marketing services firm, a unit of the world's largest advertising agency, Omnicom, Inc. Real's ... Read the whole story

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