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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, April 25, 2008
He's not exactly tearing it up at Barcelona, but Thierry Henry's addition to Major League Soccer could only be a good thing for soccer in America, writes Martin Rogers of Yahoo Sports. The France international is unsettled in La Liga and could be poised for a move sooner rather than ... Read the whole story
Steven Goff of The Washington Post says D.C. United's early-season woes are "eerily similar" to last year's. "An overcrowded schedule, a sluggish attack, an exposed defense and, most glaring, a dreary record" are all weighing down United's season. "It feels like we are repeating history," defender Bryan Namoff tells Goff. ... Read the whole story
In an interview with Spanish paper La Marca, England Coach Fabio Capello revealed on Friday that Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder David Beckham would remain part of his plans for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. 'It's still open,' Capello replied when asked about Beckham's England career. "He played in ... Read the whole story
Fulham midfielder Jimmy Bullard believes that victory away to Manchester City Saturday could take the Premiership relegation battle to the final day as fellow relegation fighter Birmingham City should be beatable at Craven Cottage next week. "This is a big opportunity. We've still got Birmingham to play which is a ... Read the whole story
La Gazzetta Dello Sport celebrates Manchester United's 0-0 draw with Barcelona at the Nou Camp on Wednesday as a victory for "catenaccio", an old Italian defensive system that translates loosely as "door-bolt." If indeed a "door-bolt" defense was their intention, the paper says Sir Alex Ferguson's men executed the plan ... Read the whole story


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