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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, March 30, 2009
In spite of, or perhaps because, his many accomplishments in a still fairly young career, across the last few years it's become abundantly clear that while Landon Donovan is "the most celebrated active player in American soccer," the 27-year-old U.S. Soccer poster boy who led MLS in scoring last season ... Read the whole story
With injured right back Steve Cherundolo unavailable for U.S. duty, a familiar face (and ratty mane) has stepped in to fill the void for the U.S. defense: one Frankie Hejduk, who even at 34 has outperformed other replacement options like Frank Simek, Jonathan Spector, John Thorrington and Marvell Wynne to ... Read the whole story
The U.S. World Cup bids for 2018 and 2022 got a big boost of political power today as former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger joined the organizing committee's board, hopefully bringing with him the same "Kissinger Bump" that he did as committee chairman in 1988 to help the U.S. earn ... Read the whole story
"Building for their future on a brown field of dreams in this downtrodden industrial city," the N.Y. Red Bulls and their new arena will finally have fulfilled "the long-delayed promise of a soccer palace on the Passaic River" after being in discussion for almost a decade, writes Jack Bell of ... Read the whole story
"El Salvador played with a tremendous about of energy, and it was our challenge to match it. When we found ourselves behind it took a great effort from our players to fight back and come away with a point. We prepared for this game knowing that El Salvador would be ... Read the whole story
"We believe we can win every game and yeah, a lot of that does come from the manager. He's just brilliant. Having achieved all he has in the game, he knows what he wants from us and gets that across really well. With the players we've got playing in the ... Read the whole story
"I got slammed. I got bumped. I actually had the ball in my hands, then she hit me and that's when the ball went in. I got the wind knocked out of me a little bit." Washington Freedom goalkeeper Briana Scurry, lamenting a tough "no call" by referee Kari Seitz ... Read the whole story


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