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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Oct. 19, 2007
Faced with the possibility of missing the European Championships in Austria and Switzerland, the English Football Association has already assessed the potential damage, which includes an immediate loss of $14 million for qualifying for the tournament. But the FA warns that that's small potatoes compared to the tens of millions ... Read the whole story
Following Wednesday's defeat in Moscow, the British press has all but decided that England won't be making the Euro 2008 finals (although truth be told, Russia still faces the tough task of needing an away win in Israel on Nov. 13), which means that replacements for Coach Steve McClaren are ... Read the whole story
As good a player as Juan Pablo Angel certainly is, he didn't play like an MVP Thursday night during New York's 1-1 draw with the Los Angeles Galaxy, says USSoccerPlayers Ian Plenderleith. In fact, "continually citing him as the personification of the huge and almighty success of the Designated Player ... Read the whole story
A recent post on BigSoccer.com suggests that Freddy Adu's 15 minutes during the U.S. national team's 1-0 win over Switzerland on Wednesday promised something the U.S. been decidedly lacking over the years: that little bit of game-changing magic and imagination possessed by very few players. The national team has never ... Read the whole story
It seems there's always one unfortunate club that gets hit hard following an international break; this time, it's Spanish giant Real Madrid, although an injury to Arjen Robben only tells part of the story. Dutchman Wesley Sneijder and Brazil's Robinho and Julio Baptista all returned late from international duty on ... Read the whole story


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