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Section 2 Around the Net Editions for June 2008
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Jun 30, 2008 
Sublime Spain The Worthy Winner by Soccer America
Refs Share Credit For Tournament's Success by Soccer America
Goalkeepers Shine In Muggy Midday Match-Up by Soccer America
Blatter Admits 'Plan B' For 2010 World Cup by Soccer America
Schelotto Changes View On Game-Winning Ekpo by Soccer America
Xavi Wins Euro 2008 Player Award by Soccer America
UEFA Sets Deadline Over 2012 by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Jun 27, 2008 
English FA Bans Competitive U-8 Soccer by Soccer America
Spain's Fabregas Steals The Show From Arshavin by Soccer America
Rocky Lehmann Reflects Germany's Tournament by Soccer America
Homeless Tryouts In D.C This Weekend by Soccer America
1966 And 1974 World Cups Were Fixed, Says Havelange by Soccer America
Japan Drawn With Australia, Koreas To Meet Again by Soccer America
Donadoni Out, Lippi Back In For Italy by Soccer America
ESPN's Guest Scottish Pundit by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, Jun 26, 2008 
Turkey Downed By Lahm And Luck by Soccer America
UEFA Could Face Compensation Claims Over Lost TV Coverage by Soccer America
Platini Moots August Date For Euros by Soccer America
D.C.-L.A. Showdown Promises Goal Feast by Soccer America
Adu Out Of The Spotlight, But In The Team by Soccer America
Donadoni Sacked As Italy Coach by Soccer America
Henry Can See Himself In MLS - Someday by Soccer America
Turkey Goalkeeper Rustu Retires by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Jun 25, 2008 
Dropped Scurry Keeping Focus by Soccer America
Hiddink Backs 'Sleeping Giant' To Fell Spain by Soccer America
Understanding Arshavin by Soccer America
Onalfo The Survivor by Soccer America
FIFA Rejects Iraq Call To Expel Qatar by Soccer America
Platini Fails To Curb Premier League clubs by Soccer America
NZ Soccer Administrator Charlie Dempsey Dies by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Jun 24, 2008 
European Agents Using MLS As A Bargaining Chip by Soccer America
Don't Call Me 'Big Phil' by Soccer America
Turkey's Englishman Pinpoints Lack Of Home Technique by Soccer America
'Brave Changes' Helped T&T Past Bermuda by Soccer America
All Quiet On The Korean Front by Soccer America
UEFA Refs' Chief Opposes On-Field Explanations by Soccer America
Clubs Drop Lawsuits But Oppose Foreign Quotas Plan by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Jun 23, 2008 
Toothless Toni Behind Italian Exit by Soccer America
Russia Learns From Dutch Discipline by Soccer America
UEFA Wants Complete Control by Soccer America
Galaxy Still The Entertainers by Soccer America
South Africa Out Of Next African Nations Cup by Soccer America
Turkish Hopes Hit By Nihat Injury by Soccer America
Iraq Out Of Next World Cup by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Jun 20, 2008 
Kroenke Could Be Poised For Arsenal Takeover by Soccer America
Schweinsteiger Obeys His Chancellor by Soccer America
German Power Pips The Portuguese by Soccer America
Ottawa Bid For MLS? by Soccer America
Homesick Colombano Leaves Wizards by Soccer America
Cristiano Ronaldo 'Not For Sale,' United Says by Soccer America
Portugal Blasts Chelsea Timing by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, Jun 19, 2008 
MLS Refs In The Spotlight Again by Soccer America
Pro Soccer Coming Back To Tampa by Soccer America
Arshavin's Return Rouses Russia by Soccer America
Hurt Brazilian Players Complain About Jeering by Soccer America
Bermuda Expects by Soccer America
Greeks Face the Music After Euro Exit by Soccer America
Beasley Returns Home to Open Soccer School by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Jun 18, 2008 
Hyndman Leaves The College 'Comfort Zone' by Soccer America
Euro 2008 Better Without England by Soccer America
France's Staggering Failure by Soccer America
Razov Looks Back Without Anger by Soccer America
Findley Finding His Form Again by Soccer America
New Dutch Tactics Yield Big Dividends by Soccer America
German Coach Loew Suspended for Quarterfinals by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Jun 17, 2008 
Beckham Wants England Captaincy Back After All by Soccer America
Goalless Austrians Lacked Imagination by Soccer America
American Teen Jeffrey Signs For Bruges by Soccer America
T&T's Coach Faces Up To Bermuda Loss by Soccer America
Inside Chelsea's Propaganda Machine by Soccer America
Preview: Pressure On Brazil And Argentina by Soccer America
Ronaldinho, Deco and Eto'o Not In Barca's Future by Soccer America
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