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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Jan. 28, 2008
The tug of war over Brad Guzan has gotten more interesting: according to Soccer By Ives. English Premier League club Aston Villa has lodged in a $4 million bid for the Chivas USA goalkeeper, surpassing a $2 million offer from Glasgow Celtic and matching the fee Manchester United paid for ... Read the whole story
Major League Soccer is looking outside of the U.S. to fill in the holes left by the move of American players to Europe. The likes of Kansas City's Eddie Johnson (England), New England's Pat Noonan (Norway) and Houston's Nate Jaqua (Austria) have all sought better opportunities across the Atlantic this ... Read the whole story
The Detroit-based sports management firm General Sports and Entertainment on Monday was confirmed as the new owner of English Premier League club Derby County. Derby becomes the fourth EPL club with American ownership after Manchester United, Liverpool, and Aston Villa. Derby was promoted to the Premiership this season, but has ... Read the whole story
The Los Angeles Times has a lengthy article on the misfortune of Iraqi soccer star Nashat Akram, one of his country's most popular players, who was recently denied a work permit that would have allowed him to sign for Manchester City of the English Premier League. The news spread across ... Read the whole story


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