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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, July 29, 2008
Not surprisingly, Joey Barton's release from prison on Monday after serving 74 days of a six-month sentence for violent assault sparked debates in Britain, starting with one on the system of early parole from England's crowded prisons and on to whether he should be welcomed back by English Premier League ... Read the whole story
Bernardo Fallas explains how it is that the Houston Dynamo's archrival is a Mexican team, Pachuca, which plays the Dynamo Tuesday night in Texas (Telefutura, 10 pm ET). "The Astros have the Cardinals, the Texans the Titans, and the Rockets the Jazz. The Dynamo? They have Pachuca," writes Fallas. "Considering ... Read the whole story
The Chicago Fire is eager to incorporate Brian McBride into its lineup when he returns from the Olympics in China, where the 36-year-old is on of the three overage "wild-card" players on the U.S. U-23 squad. "He's a winner, and people will always respect that," said Fire assistant coach Chris ... Read the whole story
Beating Toronto FC, 2-1, on Monday night in a game Real Salt Lake coach Jason Kreis dubbed the biggest game of the season, gave RSL its first winning record in franchise history, which began in 2005. Its 7-6-6 record also moved Real Salt Lake four points clear of second-place Houston ... Read the whole story
Scottish striker Paul Dickov's move from Blackpool to Toronto FC is no done deal: "The striker has not crossed the Atlantic. In fact he is understood to be training with Manchester City as he keeps up his fitness ahead of deciding which club to join for the new campaign." Read the whole story
European soccer's governing body, UEFA, announced that Euro 2008, co-hosted by Austria and Switzerland, generated a net profit of 250 million euros ($393.7 million). The money, stated UEFA, would be used to finance its youth and women's competitions, refereeing and coaching program and administrative costs. Read the whole story
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch is reportedly aiming to bid up to $4.4 billion for the six-year broadcast rights to Germany's Bundesliga. The move into soccer rights could help Murdoch's News Corp expand into German free-to-air TV. News Corp already has a 25 percent stake in Germany's biggest pay TV company, ... Read the whole story


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