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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2009
"[Landon Donovan] is an interesting player. But when you have [Mirolsav] Klose, [Luca] Toni and [Ivica] Olic already under contract, we think the fourth striker should really be a young player with prospects," said Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, downplaying Donovan's chances of an extended stay with the Germany club in ... Read the whole story
While all the talk in MLS these last few weeks has centered on David Beckham's fate with the league and Landon Donovan's Deutschland adventure, L.A. Galaxy coach Bruce Arena has been allowed to ready the rest of his 2009 squad under the radar. That changes a bit on Wednesday when ... Read the whole story
Sven-Goran Eriksson remains the preferred option to replace ousted Portsmouth coach Tony Adams, though the club would clearly prefer to avoid a potential compensation payout to Mexico of about $4.2 million. According to the Daily Telegraph, there is a feeling that it could be possible to combine the two jobs, ... Read the whole story
Real Madrid interim President Vincente Boluda, who took the reins of the club just last month, is the latest figurehead to fan the flames of rumors that Cristiano Ronaldo will be joining the legendary La Liga club next season. "I am convinced we will see him at the Bernabeu," Boluda ... Read the whole story
Tempers are flaring and politics are on full display in the Asian Football Confederation, where Bahrain chief Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim al Khalifa has responded forcefully to accusations that he is organizing an ouster of current AFC President Mohamed Bin Hammam of Qatar. Al Khalifa's campaign marks the first challenge ... Read the whole story
"I think that you need to be lucky and avoid major injuries to enjoy a career like mine. However, even my body has begun to feel the strains, and this will be my last season. I don't think that my body will allow me to play beyond this [term] at ... Read the whole story
"The amounts of money that have been mentioned are incredible," said FC Copenhagen coach Stale Solbakken regarding Manchester City's transfer talks, ahead of the two teams' UEFA Cup match on Feb. 26. "I think that ... will take part in destroying football. The hardest part for City is that they, ... Read the whole story


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