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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2008
It's not just the fact that he grew up in California that will make this weekend's return to the state for MLS Cup so special for Columbus Crew Coach Sigi Schmid. There's also the fact that the game will be played in Carson at the home stadium of the team ... Read the whole story
The regular season stats of the Columbus Crew and RB New York may not have had much in common, writes Jack Bell, with the Crew superior in every department. But one thing the two MLS Cup finalists shared these past seven months was a light schedule that left them both ... Read the whole story
The Seattle Sounders FC will hopefully get more than just another highly paid underwear model with tattoos when its designated player Freddie Ljungberg takes to the field next season. But as Ravi Ubha writes, if you put the player's name in google "the first thing that pops up is four ... Read the whole story
FIFA Vice President Jack Warner has not only accused English clubs of disrespecting the Caribbean game, but also claimed that Caribbean players are born with a "natural talent" for soccer. "African-Caribbean footballers will continue to do better and better because they have natural talent," said Warner, who is also Concacaf ... Read the whole story
The Uruguayan FA has suspended the national championship until further notice after fans fought a pitched battle following a game between the league's top two sides. When Danubio beat Nacional 1-0 to overtake its opponent and go top of the Apertura (opening) Championship on Sunday, Nacional fans broke down the ... Read the whole story
"Honestly, I have a lot of respect for the team but not the coach. [Denis Hamlett] wasn't honest with me. I wanted to know why I wasn't playing but he wouldn't talk to me about it. He's a very closed off coach. He never talked to me face-to-face." Chicago Fire ... Read the whole story
The English FA has handed Chelsea striker Didier Drogba a three-game ban for throwing a coin back into the crowd during last week's League Cup tie against Burnley. He will miss forthcoming league games against Arsenal, Newcastle United and Bolton Wanderers. Read the whole story
Borussia Dortmund defender Neven Subotic, still undecided on whether to play for Serbia or the U.S. at international level, was nominated to Eurosport's Bundesliga team of the week following his two-goal performance against Eintracht Frankfurt Saturday. Kicker magazine also awarded him one of its rare 'world class' 1.0 ratings, although ... Read the whole story


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