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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Since moving to Spanish Second Division Xerex from La Liga-living Villarreal in January, it's been a case of "different team, same story" for 19-year-old U.S. striker Jozy Altidore. Which is to say, lots of talk of potential, but not a lot of minutes on the field. None, to be exact. ... Read the whole story
Still stung from their surprising loss to the New York Red Bulls in last year's semifinals, the Houston Dynamo is determined to get back into position to win their third MLS title in four years, and happy to open the 2009 season against the 2008 champ Columbus Crew on Saturday. ... Read the whole story
Flamboyant Mexican forward Adolfo Bautista is entertaining thoughts of following in the footsteps of fellow famed star Cuauhtemoc Blanco by joining MLS this Summer, according to a report on mediotiempo.com.   While the colorful "Bofo" currently plays for Jaguares in the Mexican First Division, the team has yet to renew ... Read the whole story
Not satisfied with recent Champions League results, Inter Milan coach Jose Mourinho has successfully lobbied team owner Massimo Moratti for more spending cash and "has got the green light for a ($125 million) summer transfer assault on the Premier League," according to The Daily Mirror. Mourinho is said to have ... Read the whole story
In an effort to shed a recent past of being critical of the current national team coach and using verbal tirades to get his point across both on the field and in the locker room, midfielder Michael Ballack is slowly building back relationships with Joachim Loew and teammates alike as ... Read the whole story
"I think we were all curious to see how he looked when he came in.  I've been very impressed with him. Tony has as much experience in U.S. soccer as anybody and he's been around a long time. He's played on big teams around the world and he really understands ... Read the whole story
"I believe it is over. Ronaldo, for his skills, can still play at a good level, but it will never be like before.  The national team is a different thing. We can't be paternalistic or we would also call up Pele, Zagalo and Zico."  Carlos Alberto Torres, who captained the ... Read the whole story
"I knew beforehand what the answer would be, but I called him anyway." Dutch national team coach Bert Van Marwijk, who was expectedly unsuccessful in his attempt to lure 38-year-old keeper Edwin Van der Sar out of international retirement to help the Netherlands qualify for the 2010 World Cup. Read the whole story


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