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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, July 18, 2008
Abby Wambach's broken leg is a "huge blow" to the chances of the U.S. women's Olympic team winning gold in Beijing, writes Andrea Canales, especially for a roster already robbed of experienced players such as defender Cat Whitehill and midfielder Leslie Osborne. But while many of the players that Coach ... Read the whole story
There was an announced crowd for Thursday's MLS game between the Columbus Crew and the Kansas City Wizards of 16,117. But how many people were actually there? Shawn Mitchell examines the discrepancy between the Crew's announced crowds, the number of people actually showing up for the games (that is, tickets ... Read the whole story
As D.C. United and other MLS teams seek public money to help finance new stadium ventures, Mark Yost looks at the real figures behind a sports venue financed largely by the taxpayer's cash. While there's no denying that the neighborhood around the Washington Nationals' new baseball stadium in southeast D.C. ... Read the whole story
With little or no action on European soccer fields right now, and with transfer talk at unprecedented levels of exhaustion, a short piece in the London-based Daily Telegraph illustrates another favored method of British journalists for filling space on a slow news day. Take any given incident from the previous ... Read the whole story
Nike has spotted a new market -- Brazil's Olympic team will play Vietnam on its way to Beijing. Read the whole story
James Walker-Roberts takes a look at the four groups of 16 teams and tips the first round winners. Perfidiously, he doesn't back the U.S. to advance. Read the whole story
All the scores from Thursday's UEFA Cup first-round qualifying action. You will want to know, for example, that it was a bad night for Marsaxlokk of Malta as they crashed 4-0 to Croatian side Slaven Koprinica. Read the whole story

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