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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, Oct. 25, 2007
After yet another poor performance in the Champions League, Liverpool co-owner Tom Hicks came out in defense of Manager Rafael Benitez, insisting that the Spaniard's job at Anfield was still safe. "We back Rafa," Hicks said, referring to himself and fellow American George Gillett, the club's other co-owner. "He's the ... Read the whole story
One day after Rosenborg recorded one of its greatest Champions League victories, a 2-0 win at home over Spanish giant Valencia, the Norwegian team announced the sacking of its coach, Knut Toerum. The decision came after a meeting between the club's board and Toerum following the victory over Valencia, a two-time ... Read the whole story
Forget tradition, the Chicago Fire should be favored for Wednesday's first leg of the Eastern Conference semifinals for a whole host of reasons, says USSoccerPlayers' Ian Plenderleith. First, D.C. United is in trouble if it lines up at Toyota Park without one of either Luciano Emilio or Jaime Moreno, which ... Read the whole story
Philadelphia wants one of the two MLS franchises up for grabs for the 2010 season. The only problem, aside from the cost to taxpayers, is that the proposed new stadium isn't in the most desirable of neighborhoods. Chester, Pa., a good 30-minute drive from downtown Philadelphia, "is conceivably the poorest, ... Read the whole story


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