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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, Oct. 30, 2008
San Jose revived its relaunch year in midseason when it made a number of new signings, but two of those players -- Trinidad & Tobago forward Scott Sealy, 27, and veteran Brazilian midfielder Francisco Lima -- look set to leave, reports Elliott Almond. Sealy, who is out of contract at ... Read the whole story
Two-time Olympic gold medalist Shannon Boxx likes the look and the name of the Los Angeles Sol that she'll be playing for when Women's Professional Soccer kicks off next spring. "It's very exciting to finally say that we have a league," the midfielder told Grahame L Jones. "I think we ... Read the whole story
While Inter Milan's 0-0 tie at Fiorentina Wednesday was hardly a disaster, writes Richard Aikman, Inter coach Jose Mourinho faces a problem after his team's second successive goalless draw because "over the last three years Inter supporters have got used to winning. Mourinho's arrival was expected to hail a new ... Read the whole story
The Asian Football Confederation has cut Jordan, Syria and Kuwait from its list of nations eligible to enter clubs in the remodeled Asian Champions League in 2009 because they did not submit full documentation. Meanwhile, the United Arab Emirates is bidding to have the AFC's headquarters, currently in Malaysia, moved ... Read the whole story
The first leg of the African Champions League final takes place Sunday, with Egypt's Al Ahly hosting Coton Sport of Cameroon. Al Ahly has already taken the title a record five times, a feat matched only by compatriots El Zamalek, while Coton Sport is making its first appearance in the ... Read the whole story
"I think SuperLiga is a fantastic tournament. Maybe because we had a lot of home games during that stretch, and our fans and the stadium are so excellent. I like playing those top Mexican teams and I think the format is excellent. The atmosphere, and the buildup to the games, ... Read the whole story
"He's just a warrior. You almost never worried. He would get hurt, and you just knew some way he would find his way back and be better and stronger than ever." Landon Donovan, among others, in another eulogy of Brian McBride. When he retires we get to read them all ... Read the whole story
"D.C. United's dreary season ended last night with two red cards and crippling defensive breakdowns, with sufficient effort but insufficient execution and, on a chilly evening before a sparse crowd at RFK Stadium, with yet another defeat. In other words, it was like so many of its previous 46 matches ... Read the whole story


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