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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Aug. 22, 2008
The word 'redemption' has been used so often in the wake of the U.S. women team's Olympic gold medal that it can only be a matter of time before Hollywood makes it into a movie. Expect the word 'hope' to appear in the title. Lindsey Dolich is no exception in ... Read the whole story
Former Grimsby Town striker John Thorrington scored the game winner for Chicago in L.A. Thursday, stretching the Galaxy's winless streak to nine. New L.A. coach Bruce Arena credited Thorrington with "a very good finish," and said he was pleased with the effort he saw his players put in. "We were ... Read the whole story
Clint Mathis has returned to Salt Lake for his second spell, telling Brad Rock that he no longer has enough hair for a Mohawk. He's also discarding a reputation for the flamboyant that he had first time around in Utah. Most importantly, he's hoping to score more than the three ... Read the whole story
The whole of Wembley Stadium felt England striker Wayne Rooney's black mood when he was substituted out of the exhibition game against the Czech Republic on 69 minutes Wednesday, writes Sam Wallace. The player was "tired and frustrated," perhaps realizing that he "will never be a prolific international goalscorer." In ... Read the whole story
Sunderland manager Roy Keane has criticized some of his players for eschewing loan moves that would guarantee them first-team playing time at other clubs. He says they'd prefer to stay at the club, sit in the stands, and bank their wages. "I'm talking about players who are different animals to ... Read the whole story
Some grumbling British hack wonders what tactical use England still has for David Beckham. Read the whole story
New York coach Juan Carlos Osorio is looking to sign Colorado's Omar Cummings, Dallas' Dominic Oduro and Atlanta's Macoumba Kandji, reports Brian Lewis. Read the whole story
Some national teams have been going all retro, wearing jerseys numbered one to 11 with no names on the back, apparently misinterpreting a FIFA rule. Read the whole story


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