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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Sept. 22, 2008
After his scintillating hat trick against D.C. United at the weekend, L.A. Galaxy striker Landon Donovan has Germany on his mind again, writes Andrea Canales. After two unsuccessful spells at Bayer Leverkusen earlier in his career, the U.S. national team's all-time record goalscorer can't help but think that now, at ... Read the whole story
The Chicago Fire was booed off the field at halftime Sunday when it went in to the locker room 3-0 down at home to FC Dallas. Goalkeeper Jon Busch was no happier with the final 4-1 result than the jeering fans. "If I paid money to go to this game, ... Read the whole story
Does David Beckham receive preferential treatment from MLS referees? D.C. United defender Marc Burch seems to think so after being red-carded for kicking Beckham from behind Saturday night in L.A. Referee Terry Vaughn interpreted Burch's challenge, which occurred on the touchline, as "violent conduct." "I swung for the ball and ... Read the whole story
"What must Ukraine do to avoid losing Euro 2012?" Michel Platini asked, repeating a question posed by Simon Kuper. The UEFA President, writes Kuper, "puffs out his cheeks, drums a rhythm on the table with his fingers. What he says next implies that ... Uefa may remove Ukraine as co-host ... Read the whole story
Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood has stressed that his club favors long-term sustainability over splashing out cash for huge transfer fees, and said he is "sure" that fans understand not winning the Premier League title if it means the club is kept on a stable financial footing. "We obviously can't compete ... Read the whole story
"If the authorities decide a replay is the correct thing to do then I've got no objections whatsoever." Reading manager Steve Coppell will be happy to replay Saturday's 2-2 draw at Watford, when his team was awarded a bizarre "goal" that should have been a corner. But the Football League ... Read the whole story
"It appears to be an isolated incident but we have launched a full investigation in conjunction with local authorities." Chelsea FC reacts to the stone reportedly thrown by a Chelsea fan that cracked a window on Manchester United's team bus as it left Stamford Bridge Sunday. Read the whole story
"The American may possess all manner of foibles we have yet to discover, but for the moment he represents a species thought to be nearing extinction: a football club owner with a positive approval rating." Nick Townsend lauds Aston Villa's U.S. owner, Randy Lerner. Read the whole story


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