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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2008
Glasgow Rangers' new U.S. national team midfielder, Maurice Edu, already christened 'Mo' for short by the Scottish media, has said that he relishes the challenge of competing for a place in his new side. In the past fortnight Rangers also signed the Spaniard Aaron, Northern Ireland international Steven Davis and ... Read the whole story
The Houston Dynamo was on a seven-game unbeaten streak heading into Sunday's game at New York, but came away humbled and soundly beaten, 3-0. Refreshingly, the Dynamo didn't look to blame the referee or the artificial field or the fact that it was the team's third game in a week. ... Read the whole story
It's a telling sign of the state of the competition in the English Premier League that if Manchester United had lost at Portsmouth Monday in only its second game this season, many would have declared the title race already over. With United missing league action this coming weekend to play ... Read the whole story
Great Britain has not entered a soccer team into Olympic competition since the days when only amateur players were sent to compete. In modern times, the four separate associations (England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland) have barely discussed the idea of a unified team for fear of setting a precedent. ... Read the whole story
Former Brazilian World Cup star Rivaldo, 36, has left Greek side AEK Athens after just one season to take up "an offer that is very good for my career," he told a Greek radio station. Greek media reports said it was the Uzbekistan side Bunyodkor, the team that last month ... Read the whole story
Toronto FC coach John Carver is taking his team off golfing to a mountain resort for two days so that they can bond with each other and the team's new signings, including striker Carlos Ruiz. Read the whole story
Both EPL side Middlesbrough and the Bundesliga's SV Hamburg are "supposedly considering" a move for Heerenveen's US national team midfielder Michael Bradley, but he'll likely stay in Holland for now. Read the whole story
Steve Davis makes 10 observations following the weekend's MLS action, including due appreciation of Columbus' Guillermo Barros Schelotto, this week's league MVP. Read the whole story


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