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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, March 26, 2009
After a ninth ankle operation left him only able to limp along rather than actually run, somehow D.C. United veteran Ben Olsen staved off retirement and is back wearing his black and white No. 14 jersey for his 12th MLS season. "I think we were all kind of waiting to ... Read the whole story
It's been 10 years since D.C. United solidified itself as the first (and still only?) true dynasty in MLS history, but MLSnet.com's Jeff Bradley remembers it like it was yesterday, with Jaime Moreno and Marco Etcheverry still in full uniform more than two hours after their 2-0 win over L.A. ... Read the whole story
What does one do when he inherits the head job at a team that won the league championship last year? For Crew coach Robert Warzycha, the answer appears to be "not much," which so far seems to suit a team built on a returning cast of contributors that are coming ... Read the whole story
Riding high after Monday's 2-1 win over Bolivia in Buenos Aires, the U.S. under-17 boys national team was brought back down to terra firma with a tough 5-1 loss to a supremely talented Argentina team in which the Americans "struggled to come up with answers to the Latin Americans' trickery ... Read the whole story
"My contract will be done, and I will leave happy because I have great teammates. It's a decision I made. I'm going to look for other options. I want to return to Mexico or see offers (in MLS) from another team, but this is my last year with the Fire. ... Read the whole story
"It really doesn't matter to me what any of you say because nobody who is here has ever played soccer. You are all happy when things aren't going well with the national team. You never support us when the team is doing well. But I'm not the only who says ... Read the whole story
"I consider England to be the strongest team in our group, but we also have very good players. We need not be afraid of the names on the back of the English team jerseys. The biggest mistake would be to play defensive soccer. We won't have any chances even for ... Read the whole story


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