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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Nov. 19, 2007
Aside from that bright orange jersey, the Houston Dynamo is arguably the least flashy team in MLS. There was no big-name designated player, no hot new foreign talent, or no brand new stadium for Houston this year, but the only result that matters stayed the same: the Dynamo, in beating ... Read the whole story
Israel handed England a serious lifeline over the weekend by beating Russia, 2-1. Qualification for the Euro 2008 Championships is now firmly in England's hands. A win or a draw against Croatia, which has already qualified, would do the trick. However, England's good fortune follows a dismal performance against Austria ... Read the whole story
New England Revolution Coach Steve Nicol was typically pragmatic in his assessment of the Revs' 2-1 MLS Cup final loss to the Houston Dynamo: "They had two chances in the game and scored. We had numerous chances and no score." For Nicol, that's what separated the two teams on Sunday, ... Read the whole story
It looks like the L.A. Galaxy will be able to keep Landon Donovan after all: the MLS Board of Governors on Friday voted to allow Donovan, Kansas City's Eddie Johnson, and FC Dallas' Carlos Ruiz to remain with their respective clubs without having to use a designated player slot, as ... Read the whole story
Less than a week after teammate Chris Armas announced his retirement, Chicago Fire forward Paulo Wanchope followed suit, retiring from the game at the age of 31. He cited chronic injury and fatigue as the main reasons for his decision. Wanchcope played in several leagues across the globe, including Costa ... Read the whole story

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