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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, July 24, 2008
Don't expect any fan trouble at Thursday's MLS All-Star Game in Toronto. Following a skirmish between West Ham and Columbus Crew fans during Sunday's friendly in Columbus, Toronto security is on notice to watch out for problems. "We're going to be paying very specialized attention to the West Ham supporters ... Read the whole story
The success of Toronto FC, the second-year MLS club and host of Thursday's MLS All-Star Game, has prompted talk of further expansion in Canada. Both Vancouver and Montreal are interested in joining the MLS expansion queue. NBA superstar Steve Nash will team with Vancouver Whitecaps owner Greg Kerfoot in a ... Read the whole story
FC Dallas midfielder Dax McCarty has been named the the U.S. Olympic men's team, replacing the injured Nathan Sturgis. The 21-year old McCarty, a starter on the team that beat Canada, 3-0, to qualify for the Olympics, was himself injured this spring and was first selected as an alternate on ... Read the whole story
After six seasons in Scandinavia, American speedster Robbie Russell is returning home to play for Real Salt Lake. "This is the guy we wanted," Real Salt Lake general manager Garth Lagerwey said of the fellow Duke alum who is expected to be available for RSL's next MLS game, against Toronto ... Read the whole story
Luiz Felipe Scolari didn't bite back following Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson's barb that he didn't see much room for improvement in Chelsea under the Brazilian. Speaking in China, where Chelsea is on a pre-season tour, Scolari said the Blues have what it takes to win. "I think that ... Read the whole story
Bayern Munich fell to Borussia Dortmund, 2-1, on Wednesday in pre-season action -- its first loss under new coach Juergen Klinsmann, who was unconcerned even though he fielded a near-full strength Bayern team. Read the whole story
In the fight for the right to watch soccer highlights in free television, the German antitrust agency has handed soccer fans a victory. Read the whole story


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