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Section 2 Around the Net Editions for April 2009
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, Apr 30, 2009 
Chivas USA Using Versatility to Succeed by Soccer America
Can Klinsmann Resist California? by Soccer America
Milan Believes Scudetto Still Possible by Soccer America
Wenger Says United Will Pay for Not Scoring More by Soccer America
Serie A to Separate From Serie B by Soccer America
Palmeiras and Chivas Advance in Copa Libertadores, Barely by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Apr 29, 2009 
MLS Picks Foreign Foe for All-Star Game by Soccer America
Fire's Blanco and MLS Referee Under Investigation by Soccer America
Dangerous Debt Levels for Spanish Clubs by Soccer America
All Mexican Games to Be Played Without Fans by Soccer America
Berlusconi Wants Young-Blooded Coach by Soccer America
FIFA Sets New Anti-Doping Policy by Soccer America
Lucescu New Romania Coach after Dad Declines by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Apr 28, 2009 
Vidic Says Defense Is Key Against Arsenal by Soccer America
Nyarko could get Ghana Call-Up by Soccer America
Red Star Falls Further by Soccer America
Chicago Fire Partners with Club America by Soccer America
Juve Punished for Fan Slurs by Soccer America
EPL Promotion in Sight for Reading by Soccer America
Soehn Delighted with D.C. Comeback by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Apr 27, 2009 
Bayern sacks Juergen Klinsmann by Soccer America
TFC Trying to Rebound Quickly From Carver's Resignation by Soccer America
RSL Flirts with Perfection Against the Revs by Soccer America
Ronaldo Strikes Twice More for Corninthians by Soccer America
At 35, Giggs Wins PFA Award for First Time by Soccer America
Celebrating Soccer's Democratic Power in South Africa by Soccer America
Adebayor Likens Milan to Beyonce by Soccer America
Prince Hails Italian Influence on English Game by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Apr 24, 2009 
Coaches and their Superstitions by Soccer America
D.C. United Acquire Former Revs Defender by Soccer America
Fabregas and Brown Face FA Charges by Soccer America
Another Option for Beckham by Soccer America
Adriano Leaves Inter by Soccer America
Milutinovic Believes Iraq Can Win Confederations Cup by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, Apr 23, 2009 
Bora Not Deterred by Lingering Violence in Iraq by Soccer America
D.C. United Showcases Depth In Open Cup by Soccer America
Keane Returns as Manager of Ipswich Town by Soccer America
German Defender Involved in Police Sting by Soccer America
Romanian Referees Arrested For Bribes by Soccer America
Greening the Beautiful Game by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Apr 22, 2009 
Arshavin Scores Four, Can't Sleep by Soccer America
WPS Commissioner Likes What She Sees So Far by Soccer America
After Last Year's Glory, Quito Fighting Elimination by Soccer America
Southern California Clubs on Opposite Ends by Soccer America
Police Officer Uses Soccer to Mentor At-Risk Youth by Soccer America
Italy Set for 7th Homeless World Cup by Soccer America
Celtic Considers Playing in England by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Apr 21, 2009 
MLS 'Eye Candy' in CosmoGirl Gallery by Soccer America
Playmakers Off to Slow Starts in MLS by Soccer America
Clint Mathis Settled in Salt Lake by Soccer America
Hooligans Cause Iran's Head Coach to Resign by Soccer America
Police Team Qualifies for State Challenge Cup by Soccer America
Villa Boss Fears Club Can't Compete Financially by Soccer America
Gerrard Out for Key Stretch In Liverpool's Title Push by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Apr 20, 2009 
Inquiry On 'Financial Doping' at Top English Clubs by Soccer America
Montero Wants to Use MLS as Spring-Board by Soccer America
Successful English Clubs Not Very English, says Ranieri by Soccer America
Boca Coach Thinks Team Deserved More in Superclasico by Soccer America
AFC Chief Continues to Accuse OCA of Buying Votes by Soccer America
In-Form Milan Pull Level with Juventus by Soccer America
Fowler to Make Australian Debut Against Sydney by Soccer America
Mexico's Biggest Rivalry by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Apr 17, 2009 
Real Salt Lake Gets Lucky on Davies Lottery by Soccer America
Claudio Lopez Happy in Kansas City by Soccer America
Ramirez Replaces Arellano at Chivas Guadalajara by Soccer America
Klinsmann Targets Bundesliga Title by Soccer America
Hart To Coach Canada at Gold Cup by Soccer America
Fergie Blasts Rafa's Arrogance by Soccer America
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