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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2007
The unraveling of the L.A. Galaxy's playoff dream illuminates a few harsh realities about David Beckham's form, says Paul Gardner in his column for the New York Sun. Millions and millions of dollars have been heaped on the England national team star, but Becks, all told, "turned out to be ... Read the whole story
Beckham or no Beckham, this year's MLS playoffs are shaping up to be the most exciting yet, says Boston Globe columnist Frank Dell'Apa. The marquee match-up, unquestionably is the Chicago-D.C. United series, which pits Cuauhtemoc Blanco and Chicago's thrusting offense against the league's best midfield and its top scorer -- ... Read the whole story
There was major news in the soccer business world today as U.S. sportswear giant Nike agreed to buy Umbro of the U.K. According to Marketwatch, the $583 million acquisition was aimed specifically at strengthening the American apparel and shoe company's position in the burgeoning market for soccer merchandise. The deal, ... Read the whole story
World Soccer has an interview with Roma captain Francesco Totti, one of a rare breed of loyal players who's spent his entire career playing for the club he grew up supporting. Even at 31, Totti continues to play some of the best soccer of his 14-year career, looking to follow ... Read the whole story


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