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Section 2 Around the Net Editions for September 2008
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Sep 16, 2008 
Let the Businessmen Rush To MLS by Soccer America
Shares In Manchester United Sponsor AIG Suspended by Soccer America
U.S. Playing It Too Safe by Soccer America
Gallardo Out Again For D.C. by Soccer America
Marta's Story Published by Soccer America
The Dangers Of Looking Like Mike by Soccer America
Blatter 'Very Happy' With South Africa by Soccer America
Carver 'Confident' of DP For Toronto by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Sep 15, 2008 
Quakes-Dynamo Rivalry Heating Up by Soccer America
Edu Enjoys His Rangers' Debut by Soccer America
Ottawa Poised For MLS bid by Soccer America
'Wild West' EPL Attracts U.S. Owners by Soccer America
Fox Soccer Channel To Be Rated By Nielsen by Soccer America
Beckham A Dud In Kansas City by Soccer America
United 'Confident' That AIG Will Survive by Soccer America
Kreis Doesn't Get The Point by Soccer America
Carver's Dream Team by Soccer America
Scottish Club Soccer Could Look To Canada by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Sep 12, 2008 
Mets Still After An MLS Team by Soccer America
Keane: Jack Warner's A Clown by Soccer America
Wenger: Soccer's Not A Supermarket by Soccer America
Seattle Courts Mariner by Soccer America
Cautious Crew To Rest Schelotto by Soccer America
Madonna Causes Bundesliga Postponement by Soccer America
Verdict On Qatar Player Could Take Weeks by Soccer America
Newcastle Fans To Demonstrate by Soccer America
West Ham's Sponsor Collapses by Soccer America
Velez Gets Extra Punishment by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, Sep 11, 2008 
Forbes: More MLS Teams Move Into Profit by Soccer America
Blatter To Assess World Cup Preparations by Soccer America
England Suddenly Good Again by Soccer America
Dynamo's New Approach On Second 'Homecoming' by Soccer America
The Unpredictable Germans by Soccer America
English FA To Report Racist Chanting by Soccer America
South African Boss: Critics Are 'Idiots' by Soccer America
Hitzfeld Vows Fightback After Luxembourg Humiliation by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Sep 10, 2008 
Jack Warner's Love Letter To Roy Keane by Soccer America
How To Grab The Soccer Headlines by Soccer America
Wizards Bring Thompson Quickly Into The Fold by Soccer America
MLS Keeps Mining African Talent by Soccer America
In The Stables With Michelle Akers by Soccer America
New Offer For Gazidis? by Soccer America
Wanted: FIFA Schmoozer Supreme by Soccer America
E-Mail Reveals Threat To British Soccer Nations by Soccer America
Support From The Grave by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Sep 09, 2008 
Concacaf Qualifying So Predictable by Soccer America
Would Some Goals Be Too Much To Ask For? by Soccer America
Capello At Least Has The Attitude by Soccer America
Klein The Consistent by Soccer America
Koreas Aim To Break Deadlock by Soccer America
Carver Could Get Tough On Velez by Soccer America
Canada's Mitchell Must Go by Soccer America
Zola Set For West Ham Job by Soccer America
Kamara Comfy In Camp Kinnear by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Sep 08, 2008 
The Waning Of The Beckham Buzz by Soccer America
Table-Top Clash No Contest by Soccer America
Nicol: When You Can't Run, You Can't Compete by Soccer America
And It Wasn't Even A Goal by Soccer America
Carver Determined He Shall Overcome by Soccer America
Whitecaps Fans Want MLS by Soccer America
De La Hoya Confident on Dynamo Stadium Deal by Soccer America
U.S. Did 'Just Enough' by Soccer America
UAE Faces Inquiry After Fan Trouble by Soccer America
Becks Says England Needs Experience by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Sep 05, 2008 
MLS To Rethink Schedule Rules by Soccer America
Cuba Just Needs A Little Luck by Soccer America
Youth Fails To Pay For Hyndman by Soccer America
World Cup Tickets On Sale Early Next Year by Soccer America
Report: Barcelona Wants Miami Sister Club by Soccer America
Ex-Man. City Goalkeeper Gets 20 Months In Jail by Soccer America
Bilic Cool On Hammers' Job by Soccer America
'Ugly Duckling' Bahrain Could Make World Cup by Soccer America
Zimmermann Makes Austrian Move by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, Sep 04, 2008 
Schmid: MLS Rosters Need More Depth by Soccer America
Portland Launches MLS Bid by Soccer America
Open Cup Pits Minor Versus Major by Soccer America
Rocha Still Upset At Substitutions by Soccer America
Turning Manchester City Into Its Own Reality Show by Soccer America
Tough Childhood Leaves Howard Fearing No Challenge by Soccer America
The Answer To MLS's Crowded Schedule by Soccer America
Gray: MLS Is The Friendly League by Soccer America
The Man Behind The Message Board by Soccer America
South African Current Account Deficit Weakens Rand by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Sep 03, 2008 
Carver 'Gobsmacked' By MLS Refusal To Postpone Game by Soccer America
Richardson Routs the Revs by Soccer America
U.S. Team Steps Into The Unknown by Soccer America
'Imperial' FIFA Angers Cape Town Councilors by Soccer America
Why Keegan Fell Out With Newcastle Again by Soccer America
Curbishley Resigns At West Ham by Soccer America
Soccer Agent Arrested On Fraud Charges by Soccer America
U.S. Climbs To 29th In FIFA World Rankings by Soccer America
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