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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Dec. 10, 2007
Ives Galarcep of ESPN Soccernet worries that Major League Soccer is growing at a rate that's too fast for the talent pool in the U.S. to keep up. With San Jose next year, Seattle, and then another city after that, "MLS is need of a talent infusion," he says. Meanwhile, ... Read the whole story
The English press might still be pining for Jose Mourinho, but the London Times says that former Real Madrid coach Fabio Capello has become the frontrunner to take over as England coach. According to the report, Mourinho has had a late change of heart, and is now setting his sights ... Read the whole story
Typical of the man, Manchester United winger Ryan Giggs quietly achieved yet another significant milestone in his glorious 16-year career at Old Trafford this weekend. The Welshman's goal in United's 4-1 win over Derby County on Saturday was his 100th English Premier League goal for United, a feat that puts ... Read the whole story
Inter Milan soared past Torino, 4-0, at the San Siro on Sunday to take a five-point lead at the top of Serie A over second-place AS Roma, which labored to a 1-1 draw at Livorno. Once again, striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic was the catalyst for Inter, converting a penalty on 38 ... Read the whole story
Under bizarre and some might even say mysterious circumstances, AC Milan striker Ronaldo has missed almost the entire season through injury. Not a major injury like a leg break or an ACL tear, mind you, but a recurring thigh problem that remained shrouded in mystery. Then, two weeks ago, the ... Read the whole story


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