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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Feb. 18, 2008
If Honolulu loses the NFL Pro Bowl (which it may once the state's contract with the league expires next year), then soccer's Pan-Pacific Championship might come to fill the economic void -- or at least part of it, says the Honolulu Advertiser's Michael Tsai. Why? For one thing, an international ... Read the whole story
Women's Professional Soccer, set to kick off in a year, will be a far more modest operation than the Women's United Soccer Association, which collapsed in 2003, says Yahoo Sports Martin Rogers. WUSA tried to piggyback on the success of the 1999 Women's World Cup, promising packed stadiums and big ... Read the whole story
The Daily Mail says Rafael Benitez's job is on the line after Liverpool crashed out of the FA Cup on Saturday, losing 2-1 at home to second-tier club Barnsley. With a third of the season still to go, the Champions League is now the only competition the Reds could still ... Read the whole story
ESPN's Phil Ball looks back on a weekend in Spain where neither of the league's two best teams played very well. In the end, Real Madrid ended up ceding ground to second-place Barcelona for the second time in three weeks, losing 2-1 at Real Betis despite scoring in the first ... Read the whole story

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