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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Nov. 28, 2008
The "ambassador of MLS" was nowhere to be seen on Sunday when the league played its showpiece final game, writes Andrea Canales. As David Beckham lives so close to the stadium where he plays for the L.A. Galaxy, why did he not show up at an event that "has traditionally ... Read the whole story
AC Milan's visit to England to play Portsmouth in the UEFA Cup Thursday gave the media plenty of opportunities to ask its players what they thought about David Beckham's loan deal. They not only delivered the statutory words of praise, but claimed that Beckham will help the team become Italian ... Read the whole story
The Bundesliga has sold its TV rights for four seasons, starting next year, for $2.1 billion, an average of $525 million per season. That's up marginally from the current deal, which brings in an annual $516 million.   Pay-TV company Premiere bought the live broadcast rights, and said it will ... Read the whole story
Philadelphia's 2010 MLS soccer team is getting ready for its first sellout -- Monday's groundbreaking ceremony at the site of its 18,500-seater stadium in Chester, where MLS Commissioner Don Garber will get his hands dirty by putting shovel to soil in front of temporary bleachers filled with members of the ... Read the whole story
"Today, in the world and in Europe, there is trafficking of children. I will not mince my words because the situation is serious. What else do you call a phenomenon whereby children aged 12 or 13 are torn away from their environment and culture to join a business in return ... Read the whole story
"The players have been great to work with and the fans have made me feel at home since day one. We have a big challenge ahead of us for the rest of the season, but together I'm confident we will make good progress." Joe Kinnear responds to the extension of ... Read the whole story
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is "very sensible with the way he approaches the transfer market, he's not going to buy anybody just because the press or fans say he should. He certainly has got money if he wants to spend it." Arsenal Chairman Peter Hill-Wood says Wenger has cash available ... Read the whole story
"It was a strange game, I can't really describe it." Estudiantes' Juan Sebastian Veron after his side lost the first leg of the Copa Sudamericana final 1-0 at home to Brazilian side Internacional. The Brazilians won on an Alex Meschini penalty kick, despite playing with only ten men for over ... Read the whole story


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