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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Major League Soccer and CosmoGirl.com unveiled an online photo gallery where readers can check out MLS "hotties." The site offers "serious dating dirt" on the players' likes and dislikes -- Columbus' Robbie Rogers on kissing on the first date, "If you're feeling the vibe, why not?" -- and it encourages ... Read the whole story
The "No. 10's," creative attacking midfielders who should be slicing defenses apart, have started sluggishly in the young MLS season. Players like Christian Gomez, Cuauhtemoc Blanco, Sacha Kljestan, Mehdi Ballouchy, Stuart Holden, Steve Ralston, Jorge Rojas, Javier Morales, David Ferreira and Bobby Convey have all struggled to conjure the creativity ... Read the whole story
In 2002, Clint Mathis had the soccer world by the hair. He had been offered a contract by Bayern Munich, and had appeared on the covers of Sports Illustrated and ESPN the Magazine. He seemed on the verge of a breakthrough World Cup, in which he scored a goal in ... Read the whole story
Iranian state television says that just two weeks after getting appointed head coach, Mohammed Mayely-Kohan resigned. According to the head of Iran's soccer federation, Ali Kafashian, the coach resigned after disputes with supporters of a prominent club team affected the national team. On Sunday, Mayely-Kohan called the supporters of Esteqlal ... Read the whole story
The FCT Police Machine soccer team has qualified for the finals of the 2009 State Challenge Cup in Nigeria. Elated by the feat, Inspector General of Police, Mike Okiro, has charged the team to "fly the baton to greater heights so as to hoist the Nigeria Police flag at the ... Read the whole story
Martin O'Neill, Aston Villa's ever-eloquent manager, declared Monday that his club simply could not compete financially with the so-called "Big Four" clubs in English soccer. "We are in the same league as Manchester United, who have gates of 75,000 and are a different entity. We are in there against Arsenal, ... Read the whole story
Liverpool coach Rafa Benitez fears Steven Gerrard won't return to action for almost two weeks, leaving the captain with just four more games to play in the league. The England midfielder was already ruled out of today's game against Arsenal because of a groin injury. But Benitez now says it ... Read the whole story


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