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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Sept. 26, 2008
Attack, attack, attack, former U.S. international Phillip Gyau always taught his son Joseph. After years of attending youth soccer camps in Brazil, the 16-year-old now looks set to more than follow in his father's footsteps, writes Justin Rodriguez. Gyau Senior still shows his son videos of Diego Maradona, Pelé and ... Read the whole story
To counter its piece earlier in the week on the 11 big issues that Major League Soccer must face, the US national team players' association site runs another editorial pointing up 11 things that the league is getting right. Once again, there's plenty of room for debate. The spread of ... Read the whole story
David Beckham once famously confessed that he had difficulty helping his 6-year-old son with his math homework. But the L.A. Galaxy midfielder has worked out that there are only four games left in the MLS regular season, and that L.A. is in danger of missing the playoffs again. "Our confidence ... Read the whole story
Europe's secondary club competition, the UEFA Cup, has long been languishing in the shadows of the Champions League. Europe's governing body opted Friday to put lipstick on a pig by confirming that the UEFA Cup will be renamed the Europa League, at the same time as revamping its format. After ... Read the whole story
Newcastle United has appointed former Wimbledon boss Joe Kinnear as interim manager until the end of October. His last post was an unsuccessful spell as manager of Nottingham Forest in 2004. Kinnear says he thinks he will be in charge of the team for six games until the club is ... Read the whole story
"Vela has shown a tremendous awareness of what is around him and his seamless link play suggests he communicates with his teammates on an almost ethereal level." Since Arsenal's 19-year-old Mexican striker Carlos Vela scored a hat trick in midweek League Cup action, the UK press has been falling over ... Read the whole story
"It's going to be very difficult to qualify for [South Africa] 2010. But a job only becomes available when someone loses his job, and someone only loses his job when the team is not doing well." New Jamaica national team coach John Barnes faces the daunting task of turning around ... Read the whole story
Brazil has recalled Kaka to its roster for next month's World Cup qualifiers with Venezuela and Colombia, but his AC Milan teammate Ronaldinho has again been left out. Read the whole story


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