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Section 2 Around the Net Editions for October 2008
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Oct 31, 2008 
The Method In Ferguson's 'Madness' by Soccer America
Healthy Effort, But Healthy For Soccer? by Soccer America
Dreaming Of David In Red And Black by Soccer America
Lato Elected Head Of Troubled Polish FA by Soccer America
Playoffs Mean Money For Salt Lake by Soccer America
Schmid Happy To Stay In Columbus? by Soccer America
Suarez Not Ready To Retire by Soccer America
The Badge-Kissing Epidemic by Soccer America
Maradona Expects Nice Welcome From The Scots by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, Oct 30, 2008 
Quakes Set To Lose Lima, Sealy by Soccer America
Boxx: It's Not All About Marta by Soccer America
Mourinho Taking Flack For Inter's Flat Form by Soccer America
Asian Champions League Reformed by Soccer America
Al Ahly-Coton Sport Face Off In African Title Game by Soccer America
Kinnear Prefers Superliga by Soccer America
McBride The Warrior by Soccer America
United's Season Mercifully Put Out Of Its Misery by Soccer America
Beckham-Milan Talks Start Thursday by Soccer America
Tottenham's Big Stadium Plan by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Oct 29, 2008 
The Galaxy's Long Shopping List by Soccer America
United Braces Itself For Post-Mortem by Soccer America
Ljungberg Here To Improve MLS by Soccer America
Hunt Reassures Crew Fans by Soccer America
Taylor Finds His Feet In Koblenz by Soccer America
Lopez Says Wizards On A Roll by Soccer America
Beckerman's Belief by Soccer America
Galaxy Postpones Brisbane Game by Soccer America
Ronaldo Wants To Stay In Brazil by Soccer America
Managers Ready To Reject 'Respect' by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Oct 28, 2008 
Hyndman's Dallas To-Do List by Soccer America
Garber: Beckham To Milan Just A Fitness Issue by Soccer America
FIFA Blocks Bosnian Serb Friendly by Soccer America
Fergie: Real Signed Heinze To Lure Ronaldo by Soccer America
Kinnear Sold On 'Rogue' Barton by Soccer America
Ronaldo's Body And Soul With United -- For Now by Soccer America
Adams Appointed Portsmouth Manager by Soccer America
Steaua's Revolving Door by Soccer America
Liverpool Tries To Stay Calm by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Oct 27, 2008 
Width Of The Woodwork Separates D.C. From Playoffs by Soccer America
Kreis: We Were Due Some Luck by Soccer America
Rapids Pause Before Next Coaching Move by Soccer America
Dissent And Retribution At The Revs by Soccer America
Palestine Plays At Home, At Last by Soccer America
Osorio Welcomes 'New Season' by Soccer America
Ballack Promises Apology To Loew by Soccer America
Galliani: Milan Move Was Beckham's Idea by Soccer America
Ljungberg Ready To Sign For Seattle? by Soccer America
Vanney's A Quality Guy by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Oct 24, 2008 
Osorio: We Let Ourselves Down by Soccer America
Fire Season Won't End With New England Fall by Soccer America
Mastroeni and Co. Starting To Feel Their Mortality by Soccer America
Scudamore Can't Let Go Of The "39th Game" by Soccer America
Arsenal Owners Must Have Club "In Their Blood" by Soccer America
QPR Sack Manager Dowie by Soccer America
Ronaldo: I Deserve Awards by Soccer America
Reality-Based Open Tryouts In Seattle by Soccer America
Lopez: U.S. Life Is Great by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, Oct 23, 2008 
Galaxy Kept In Dark About Beckham Move by Soccer America
Beckham Should Leave L.A. For Good by Soccer America
Moreno's Bolivian Farewell -- In D.C. by Soccer America
Blatter Escapes Unhurt From Crash by Soccer America
Former Poland Coach Arrested On Corruption Charges by Soccer America
Donovan's Last Game For Galaxy? by Soccer America
Mexican Third-Tier Side Expelled For Drugs Link by Soccer America
Adelaide United Qualifies For World Club Cup by Soccer America
Second String Was Second Best by Soccer America
Setanta Broadcasts Unwitting Message To The English by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Oct 22, 2008 
Milan Claims Beckham Has Agreed To Loan by Soccer America
Ballack Attack's Loew Selection Policy by Soccer America
Tough World Cup Draw For Cameroon, Nigeria by Soccer America
What's The Use Of Home Advantage? by Soccer America
Brad Is Learning From Brad by Soccer America
Mourinho: Drogba's A Diver by Soccer America
Onalfo Praises Courageous Gomez by Soccer America
Walcott: Teams Will Be Scared To Play Arsenal by Soccer America
Baum: Michigan State's A Contender by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Oct 21, 2008 
Will New York Cut Parke And Conway? by Soccer America
Study: Use Of Medicines Widespread At World Cup by Soccer America
Soccer Well Equipped To Survive Financial Crisis by Soccer America
South Africa Adds $193 million To World Cup Budget by Soccer America
May This Galaxy Rest In Pieces by Soccer America
1860 Munich Cuts Player For Cocaine Use by Soccer America
Olympic Stadium Could Host Impact QF by Soccer America
English FA To Investigate Drogba's Vidic Punch Fantasy by Soccer America
Formerly Fit And Proper Thaksin Found Guilty Of Corruption by Soccer America
Angel's Quality Is NY's Saving Grace by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Oct 20, 2008 
The Galaxy Needs A New Owner by Soccer America
Toronto Needs A Leader by Soccer America
NY's Parke Apologizes To Team by Soccer America
Tottenham's Bad Decisions by Soccer America
Miami's Barca-Backed Bid Too Good To Turn Down by Soccer America
Miami Bid A Long Way From Perfect by Soccer America
Arena: We Were Outfought by Soccer America
Preki: Rapids Wanted It More by Soccer America
Yallop: Quakes Are Heartbroken by Soccer America
Ronaldo Ready For Another Comeback by Soccer America
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