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Section 2 Around the Net Editions for October 2008
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Oct 17, 2008 
Can D.C. Sustain Its Momentum? by Soccer America
Time To Scrap Playing Of National Anthems by Soccer America
South Africa Bullish On Transport Progress by Soccer America
L.A. Soccer Fields Provide Base For Political Clout by Soccer America
Bundesliga's Better Than Serie A, Says Wolfsburg's Italian by Soccer America
Beckham Should Focus On The Team That Pays His Salary by Soccer America
Wolyniec 'Shocked' By Teammates' Drug Ban by Soccer America
Come And Watch Bolton For Free Beer by Soccer America
Roeder: Norwich Is Innocent by Soccer America
Carver: I Want To Keep Dichio by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, Oct 16, 2008 
Mets Put Off MLS Bid Until 2012 by Soccer America
Soccer Will Stay Out Of Vegas by Soccer America
Revs Mull Somerville Stadium Plan by Soccer America
U.S. Youth Not Yet Ready For The Big Time by Soccer America
Resurgent Rooney Key To England's Form by Soccer America
Crayton Swamped With Apologies by Soccer America
Zoff: FIFA Quotas Plan A Non-Starter by Soccer America
Beckham Boys In Chelsea Colors by Soccer America
Quakes' Season All But Over by Soccer America
Man City Cuts Thais by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Oct 15, 2008 
The Politics of Cooper's U.S. Call-up by Soccer America
Houston Is Salt Lake's Model by Soccer America
Spanish Not Racist, Says Fabregas by Soccer America
Dalby Settles On MLS As The Place To Develop by Soccer America
Scottish Wizard On The Rise by Soccer America
Gullit 'Cut And Ran' by Soccer America
Quakes Fade After Late Revival by Soccer America
Blatter Lauds Leeds' Youth SetUp by Soccer America
Domenech Stays On And On by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Oct 14, 2008 
Gullit: U.S. Doesn't Want Soccer To Become Popular by Soccer America
FC Dallas Crowds Dive by Soccer America
UEFA Slaps Atletico Madrid With CL Stadium Ban For Racism by Soccer America
Repeatedly Showing The Mother Of All Misses by Soccer America
Humble Beckham Accepts Reduced England Role by Soccer America
'Disrespected' Robinson Ready To Welcome Quakes by Soccer America
For Canada, The Road To 2014 Starts Here by Soccer America
U.S. Qualification No Longer In Doubt by Soccer America
The Technician's Fear Of The Lighting by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Oct 13, 2008 
Racist Fan Banned From Robertson Stadium by Soccer America
Ralston Likely Out For Season by Soccer America
Another Dramatic Cuban Defection by Soccer America
Italy Bans Its Own Fans From Road Games by Soccer America
Gerrard And Lampard Still Not Working For England by Soccer America
Latest Carver Palaver by Soccer America
Schmid Ripping Leads To Supporters' Shield by Soccer America
McBride's Target Role by Soccer America
Rapids Have Lost Control by Soccer America
Arena: We Live For Another Day by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Saturday, Oct 11, 2008 
Former Poland Coach Arrested On Corruption Charges by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Oct 10, 2008 
The Politics Of Cooper's U.S. Call-up by Soccer America
Let The Bad Times Roll by Soccer America
Checketts Sees Strong Future For MLS by Soccer America
De Rosario's Late Spark by Soccer America
Bradley's 'Dad Academy' by Soccer America
Soccer's Fixture Fatigue by Soccer America
United Finds A Point In Costa Rica by Soccer America
Bin Hammam's 39th Game U-Turn by Soccer America
MLS Rejects Down Under by Soccer America
Rangers' Chairman Criticizes Sectarian Fans by Soccer America
Chelsea: The Debt Is All Ours by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Oct 08, 2008 
Bruce Arena's Unenviable Task by Soccer America
Portland Struggling With Paulson's Proposal by Soccer America
Pachuca Homing In On The Valley? by Soccer America
UEFA Could Ban Clubs In Debt by Soccer America
Ferdinand Says FIFA Weak On Racism by Soccer America
Scudamore Won't Let Go Of His 39th Vision by Soccer America
Vancouver Lobbies The Don by Soccer America
U.S. Creeps Up The FIFA Rankings by Soccer America
Full UEFA Cup Group Draw by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Oct 07, 2008 
Fall Is New York's Time To Fall by Soccer America
Klinsmann's Job Guarantee by Soccer America
Houston To Miss Out On Beckham Again by Soccer America
U.S. Happy To Be Back At RFK by Soccer America
Former Seattle Players Back Schmetzer, With Reservations by Soccer America
Blatter dashing hopes of USA 2018? by Soccer America
Triesman Warns Of Danger In English Clubs' Debt by Soccer America
Kinnear: Attitude The Key To Road Success by Soccer America
Nicol: We Need To Get Sharp by Soccer America
Kreis: The Ball Is Round by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Oct 06, 2008 
Dismal D.C. Utterly Lost by Soccer America
New York Lacking Drive by Soccer America
Checketts: Stadium Will Make RSL Profitable by Soccer America
Strong Defense The U.S. Backbone by Soccer America
Goalkeeper Jailed For Seven Years by Soccer America
RSL Happy Enough With The Point by Soccer America
Nicol: We Almost Stole It by Soccer America
Too Little Too Late For TFC? by Soccer America
'They Are The Champions' by Soccer America
Wizards Inching Along by Soccer America
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