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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, July 23, 2008
FIFA and Europe's top clubs remain at odds over the release of under-23 players for next month's Olympics in China. FIFA president Sepp Blatter issued a statement on Wednesday, saying "the release of players below the age of 23 has always been mandatory for all clubs. The same principle applies ... Read the whole story
Italian police have issued another arrest warrant against former Cosmos star Giorgio Chinaglia in connection with a probe into a Naples-based organized crime group's attempt to buy Italian club Lazio with laundered money. Police arrested seven people and sought three others who tried to buy Lazio with money coming from ... Read the whole story
With the departure of Jozy Altidore (Villarreal) and Brad Guzan (Aston Villa), two of its brightest young stars, MLS must groom a new generation of young players. Olympic teammates Sacha Kljestan and Robbie Rogers, both 2008 all-star selections, head the list of young MLS stars. ESPNsoccernet columnist Ives Galarcep adds ... Read the whole story
An incident involving Columbus Crew and West Ham United fans during Sunday's exhibition between the two clubs at Crew Stadium again brought attention to the MLS team's hard-core supporters. While Crew officials downplayed the incident that began when Hammer supporters entered a Crew fan section at halftime, it drew plenty ... Read the whole story
Spain's La Liga has the reputation of being one of the best leagues in the world, but the reality is that Spanish soccer is hurting. Real Madrid and Barcelona generate huge revenues, but many pro clubs are struggling. Clubs in the top two Spanish divisions owe players more than $60.50 ... Read the whole story
Tottenham Hotspur is pursuing Roman Pavlyuchenko and Andrei Arshavin, who starred for Russia at Euro '08. Read the whole story
Lithuania's Kaunas and Ventspils of Latvia both are through to the second qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League. Read the whole story


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