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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Jan. 26, 2009
AC Milan coach Carlo Ancelotti said Monday that he wants on-loan L.A. Galaxy midfielder David Beckham to stay on at the club, and that he will be disappointed when, or if, he returns to California in March. Speaking on Italian radio the day after Beckham scored his first goal for ... Read the whole story
U.S. midfielder Sacha Kljestan's hat trick for the national team against Sweden at the weekend may have actually harmed his chances of moving to Scottish champions Glasgow Celtic, writes Ronnie Cully. In short, the higher the player's value, the less likely that Celtic can afford him. Kljestan "impressed everyone" during ... Read the whole story
At Toronto FC's press conference to introduce midfielder Dwayne De Rosario, the P-word was being thrown around by club officials "with reckless abandon," reports Gareth Wheeler. That stands for Playoffs, but Wheeler says that while such confidence is refreshing, another P-word could also be used about expectations: Premature. Read the whole story
Retired French referee Bruno Derrien has published a memoir, "Down With The Referee," telling how managers and coaches cultivate their relationships with match officials. According to the book, "the canniest coaches manage their relationships with referees as studiously as they do with their players," writes Ian Hawkey. Derrien tells, for ... Read the whole story
The English Football Association has called for "the strongest possible sanctions" against Millwall fans found guilty of violence and vandalism during Saturday's fourth round FA Cup defeat at Hull City. A section of the visiting support ripped out 50 seats, threw missiles, and destroyed toilets before, during and after the ... Read the whole story
"I do like to take chances and be aggressive. I like to score goals. But I like to stay within a system, too. I want every player to have responsibility. I'm not going to be one of these coaches talking about how he's going to play aggressive, attractive soccer and ... Read the whole story
"The season hasn't gone the way everyone expected it to, and it hasn't gone the way I expected it to. But I came to another very good team with good players. The guys I've been competing with have been scoring goals, and when I got my opportunity, I didn't put ... Read the whole story
"They saw me as that [a leader] in August when they signed me. I wouldn't know any other way to do it, but obviously I'll take as big a role as they want me to take." Seattle Sounder FC goalkeeper Kasey Keller on talk that he's the obvious choice for ... Read the whole story


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