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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Nov. 14, 2008
There's nothing like the long term deferral of success to make triumph a sweeter experience. The Chicago Fire won the MLS Cup in the team's first season of existence, and has since been unable to recapture the standard it established perhaps a little too quickly. But the Columbus Crew has ... Read the whole story
Fire and former Crew striker Brian McBride, 36, again found himself on the familiar side of defeat. After scoring nine playoff goals for Columbus in his eight seasons with the team, but without picking up a Conference title, he scored for the defeated Fire Thursday to cries of "Traitor!" from ... Read the whole story
Another player still reportedly resentful at being traded is Real Salt Lake's Dema Kovalenko, who accused RB New York coach Juan Carlos Osorio of dishonesty and being "two-faced" when he sent the midfielder to Utah earlier this year. As narrative luck would have it, the two teams meet this Saturday ... Read the whole story
The Spanish press has been speculating that Real Madrid's German coach Bernd Schuster will be fired if his side fails to beat Real Valladolid this weekend. Despite having led the team to the Spanish league title last season, and despite not having lost a league game since the opening day ... Read the whole story
Manchester City and its manager Mark Hughes have a long shopping list of players ready for the upcoming January transfer window, but Hughes has said that just because the club is rich does not mean he will pay over the odds. "Still," writes James Ducker, "it is difficult to see ... Read the whole story
"Half the teams in the league are different than they were two years ago. Things evolve. We are always interested in a designated player, or finding someone with real quality, a world-class player, but we need to get the right person coming into our team and not jeopardize the whole ... Read the whole story
Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has been charged with violent conduct by the English FA after throwing a coin into the crowd during Wednesday's League Cup game against Burnley. Read the whole story
"If you're a die-hard Yankee fan and that's your sport, I don't expect that person to be coming to the [New York] Red Bulls, necessarily. But if you're a sports fan looking for an affordable ticket and quality product in a state-of-the-art facility, that's going to be us." RB New ... Read the whole story


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