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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Sept. 24, 2007
Chelsea to Manchester United, 2-0, on Sunday in Israeli Avram Grant's first game as Blues' manager in place of Jose Mourinho. The game was not without controversy, notably referee Mike Dean controversially sending off John Obi Mikel and awarding a dubious penalty late in the game to United. The British ... Read the whole story
Frank Dell'Apa reports on the New England Revolution's 2-2 tie with the New York Red Bulls at Giants Stadium, where the conditions were hardly conducive to high-level soccer (artificial turf making possession difficult and the football lines adding to the confusion). The game could have been a preview of the ... Read the whole story
One of the unsung players on the Brazil tea that has won all four games at the Women's World Cup is 29-year-old Formiga, a veteran of the W-League (Jersey Sky Blue and New Jersey Wildcats). On a team with such attacking stars as Marta and Cristiane, it's easy to get ... Read the whole story
Marcus Hahnemann is a jack of all trades. In his second season in the English Premier League with Reading, it's the 35-year-old American whose job it is to protect the Royals' goal and help keep them in the elite. But his popularity in the English media is based in part ... Read the whole story


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