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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Sept. 21, 2007
The Associated Press takes a look at Women's World Cup quarterfinal match-ups this weekend. Most of the hype has been reserved for the greatly anticipated clash between the No. 1 ranked U.S. and England. The U.S. women survived three tough first-round games but failed to look convincing tournament favorites. England, ... Read the whole story
Don't expect to hear much about the Women's World Cup from the British press. Grahame L. Jones of the Los Angeles Times says that women's soccer, like almost any other sport in England, comes a distant 12th to the men's game in terms of media coverage. Which isn't to say ... Read the whole story
English soccer's two longest serving and most successful managers expressed their respect for Jose Mourinho on Friday, saying they would miss the rivalry that had grown between them and the former Chelsea coach.   "It's a disappointment for the game," said Manchester United's Sir Alex Ferguson, adding that he enjoyed ... Read the whole story
Fresh from a $24 million severance package, former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says he's already ready to return to management. In an interview with the London Times, Mourinho said, "I'm going to wait for the telephone calls. I want to work." Apparently, Tottenham Hotspur has already expressed interest, although the ... Read the whole story
As the Women's World Cup quarterfinals wrap up this weekend, another world championship will open its doors a thousand miles away. For the first time ever, Latin America will play host to the gay soccer world cup when it kicks off this weekend in Buenos Aires. We use lower-case letters ... Read the whole story


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