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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2009
After years as one of the key players in the formation and every day operations of Major League Soccer, former MLS Deputy Commisioner Ivan Gazidis now finds himself across the Atlantic at Arsenal, where he wears the title of CEO along with his red Gunners scarf. "It's very different being ... Read the whole story
CONCACAF's own Champions League has plenty of storylines as the first leg games of the quarterfinal round kick off Tuesday night with lone MLS representative Houston Dynamo hosting Mexican First Division team Atlante. Perhaps the best story of the continental competition so far is the surprise run of the Montreal ... Read the whole story
While players and fans from MLS's only Canadian outpost will be watching from afar in Toronto, USL titleholders the Montreal Impact will be watched by a sea of blue (shirts) that could number 50,000 when they host Mexican club Santos Laguna at the indoor Olympic Stadium in the first leg ... Read the whole story
Perhaps the biggest storyline arching over this knockout phase of UEFA Champions League competition is the battle between England and Italy, as three of the final round pairings see the EPL's best against their counterparts from Serie A. The first two of those take place on Tuesday, with Arsenal hosting ... Read the whole story
An epic tale dating back some 80 years and interwoven first with family success and then bitter brotherly betrayal, the story behind Adidas reads more like a Greek tragedy or daytime soap opera than the making of one of the world's biggest brands. ESPN Soccernet's Uli Hesse-Lichtenberger writes about Barbara ... Read the whole story
The Chicago Fire are smartly taking advantage of Mexican star Cuauhtemoc Blanco's connections at former team Club America by organizing a two-game home-and-away series that will kick off with the Fire playing host at Toyota Park on April 29 and a game at the famed Estadio Azteca in Mexico City ... Read the whole story
"Nothing is impossible if you truly believe in something," said David Beckham, regarding the possible transfer that would keep him in Milan, where he attended an Adidas show unveiling on Monday, according to Tuttomercatoweb. "Most times these things can happen, so we shall see how we go." Read the whole story


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