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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, July 28, 2008
American Brad Friedel admitted he has mixed feelings over his $5 million move from Blackburn, with which he had played for eight seasons, to Aston Villa. "Making this move was a very easy decision and a very difficult decision to make all at the same time," he told the Villa ... Read the whole story
American striker Kenny Cooper appears to be one step closer to returning to English soccer with the report that second-level Cardiff City has agreed a fee of around $4 million with MLS. Cooper, who back his pro career in the Manchester United system, scored twice for FC Dallas in its ... Read the whole story
In a league dotted with Argentine playmakers, Javier Morales doesn't get the attention of Marcello Gallardo (D.C. United) and Guillermo Barros Schelotto (Columbus), but he has been just as valuable for Real Salt Lake, Morales arrived last season with fellow Argentines Fabian Espindola and Matias Mantilla and has helped turn ... Read the whole story
The Manchester United-Portsmouth friendly that drew 30,000 fans Sunday in the Nigerian capital of Abuja underscored a troubling problem for Nigerian soccer. Fans love the EPL, while local clubs struggle to stay afloat. "When you look at the stadiums, you'll find that the stands are virtually empty," says Ismaila Lere, ... Read the whole story
Arsenal captain William Gallas apologized for setting a bad example last season and promised to learn from his errors if Manager Arsene Wenger makes him captain again for the upcoming campaign. "You know I learned a lot, you want to be the best captain, give good advice to your players, ... Read the whole story
Barcelona President Joan Laporta is confident of winning the Spanish club's case with the Argentine federation and expects star Lionel Messi to join in on its U.S. tour that begins next Sunday against Chivas in Chicago. Read the whole story
Chelsea chief executive Peter Kenyon expects Frank Lampard, Didier Drogba and Andriy Shevchenko to be with the Blues when the new Premier League season begins Aug. 16. Read the whole story


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