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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2007
David Beckham's first MLS season appears to be over, and Los Angeles Galaxy president Alexi Lalas hopes to avoid the problems that arose in Year 1 -- most notably issues surrounding Becks' fitness. "Just because David says he is healthy, that does not mean he is healthy," Lalas told Yahoo! ... Read the whole story
One of the most intriguing MLS matches of the year will take place on Saturday at the Home Depot Center, and it won't involve David Beckham or his Los Angeles Galaxy. Chivas USA hosts the Chicago, and it will be "El Emperador" (Claudio Suarez) vs. "El Cuau" (Cuauhtemoc Blanco) and ... Read the whole story
Can Michel Platini, the president of UEFA, stop what he calls "the malign and ever-present influence of money" that is distorting sporting values in European soccer? Rob Hughes of the International Herald Tribune says Platini's bid to stop business tycoons from taking over clubs as business transactions without any allegiance ... Read the whole story
After Juventus earned a 1-1 tie with Roma in its first big test since returning to Serie A after its year of punishment in the second level of Italian soccer, the Italian papers immediately began to make Juve a title favorite. "Juve for the Scudetto," blared Corriere dello Sport, while "Juve ... Read the whole story


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