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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Dec. 14, 2007
After a long courtship, D.C. United have finally landed Argentine midfielder Juan Sebastian Veron, who becomes Major League Soccer's highest profile signing since David Beckham nearly one year ago, and its fifth designated player. According to, Veron and United agreed to a $3 million-$4 million deal that will be ... Read the whole story
Perhaps more than any other professional sports league in the U.S., Major League Soccer is uniquely positioned to have its players promote the league on a grassroots level. For example, says the Houston Chronicle's Glenn Davis, "Talk to the players on the Dynamo and you will find articulate, educated and ... Read the whole story
U.S. soccer fans are living in an "ambitious" post-Beckham world, a time when America's growing influence in and outside of the game means that more will be possible tomorrow than it is today. Indeed, media reports this week that former U.S. national team coach Bruce Arena was interested in being ... Read the whole story
A Turkish lawyer is suing Serie A champion Inter Milan over one of its away jerseys, which displays a thick red cross against a white background. Aside from looking suspiciously like the English flag, the red cross apparently reminded Muslims in Turkey, who saw the strip when the Inter played ... Read the whole story
Italian tactician Fabio Capello was confirmed as England manager on Friday, but at least one person wasn't happy about the 61-year-old's appointment—his mother. Eighty-six-year-old Evelina Tortul told the Telegraph she worries about how her son will be treated in the most high-profile sports management position in England. "I am really ... Read the whole story

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