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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, Sept. 25, 2008
The Web site for the U.S. national team players' association sets out 11 issues that Major League Soccer needs to tackle in an editorial well worth reading in full. The list starts with player relations and pay, the league not having done "even the little things that a front office ... Read the whole story
New York's Mike Magee is the team's longest serving player at just 24 years old. After being tipped as a future U.S. national team star in his teens, he had also disappeared off the radar these past two years thanks to a series of injuries, writes Chris Celletti. Now he's ... Read the whole story
When Schellas Hyndman arrived as FC Dallas coach this summer from Southern Methodist University, it wasn't long before he brought SMU's Brazilian playmaker Bruno Guarda along too. With more than a suspicion of favoritism as Guarda became part of a starting line-up producing few positive results, Guarda's weekend goal in ... Read the whole story
Its teams may not be able to buy a win in Concacaf Champions League play, but at least Major League Soccer is earning higher grades for its gender diversity employment practices. v A report card issued Wednesday by the Miami-based University of Central Florida's Institute for Diversity and Ethics in ... Read the whole story
The daily online editorial at the U.K. soccer monthly ponders the wisdom of Newcastle United possibly taking on former England and Barcelona manager Terry Venables as its short-term manager. The troubled north-eastern wannabe giant, knocked out of the League Cup Wednesday by the Premier League's bottom side Tottenham, has also ... Read the whole story
U.S. goalkeeper Dominic Cervi, who turned down the Chicago Fire to try for a career in Europe instead, has completed a second trial at Scottish champions Celtic and is reportedly close to signing a three-year deal. Read the whole story
Qatar Petroleum has signed a four-year, $10 million deal with the Asian Football Confederation, giving the Qatar company main sponsorship rights to the 2011 Asian Cup and AFC Champions League competitions until 2012. Read the whole story
The Croatian Football Association has been fined a paltry $28,000 by FIFA for the racist abuse its fans aimed at England striker Emile Heskey during a World Cup qualifier in Zagreb earlier this month. Read the whole story

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