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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, Nov. 15, 2007
After 12 years of being one of Major League Soccer's most important players, the Los Angeles Galaxy's Cobi Jones thought it was time for "a long vacation." But then Dutch tactician Ruud Gullit was put in charge of his former team, and opportunity came knocking. Gullit needed an assistant coach; ... Read the whole story
Taylor Twellman scored his 100th Major League Soccer goal (regular season and playoffs) in spectacular fashion last Thursday: turning his back to high looping deflection, Twellman executed a perfect bicycle kick in between two Chicago defenders. The goal, his 100th in 176 regular-season and playoff matches, was enough to see ... Read the whole story
Columbus Crew wizard Guillermo Barros Schelotto may not return to MLS next season, according to reports in Argentina. Schelotto, currently on vacation in La Plata, told Radio Provincia that he's homesick and would consider returning to Argentina to play for either of his former clubs, Boca Juniors or Gimnasia de ... Read the whole story
World Cup 2010 host South Africa suffered setbacks this week as construction workers in Durban, the country's second largest city, stopped work on the Moses Mabhida stadium in protest over poor pay. Hundreds then marched on the town hall demanding a salary raise. "We must share part of the 2010 ... Read the whole story
Players, ex-players and the Italian media will continue to debate whether the shooting death of Lazio fan Gabriele Sandri should result in the indefinite suspension of play in Italy, but Italian soccer federation president Giancarlo Abete says the organization expects play to resume as scheduled on Nov. 25. "We were ... Read the whole story


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