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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, May 16, 2008
Will Cristiano Ronaldo really leave Manchester United for Real Madrid? Only days before the Champions League final between United and Chelsea, Ronaldo dropped a bombshell when he told a Madrid-based television channel that he would not rule out a move to Spain. Ronaldo has four years left on a five-year ... Read the whole story
With only one goal and one assist in seven games for D.C. United, Brazilian striker Luciano Emilio has been the disappointment of the 2008 MLS season. Emilio's poor start is one of the reasons why D.C. is 2-5-0 entering its game at Chivas USA Saturday night. The Washington Post Steven ... Read the whole story
For the first time since 1991, that none of  England's "big four" -- Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea or Arsenal -- reached the English FA Cup final, which will be contested by Portsmouth and Cardiff City (second division) on Saturday (TV: Setanta pay-per-view, live, 10 am ET). You have to go ... Read the whole story
The USL-1 Vancouver Whitecaps announced Friday that they will move to BC Place, which will undergo major renovations. The announcement triggered a statement from MLS Commissioner Don Garber, who said Vancouver is a potential MLS expansion city. "There is no doubt the market for professional soccer exists in Vancouver," he ... Read the whole story
Italy's Serie A championship will be decided on Sunday, and Inter Milan star Zlatan Ibrahimovic hopes to be available -- at least from the bench -- for the thrilling season finale. A win at relegation-threatened Parma would hand Inter its third straight Serie A title. Second-place Roma, a point behind ... Read the whole story

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