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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Arsenal's Andrei Arshavin got four G's against Liverpool yesterday, but he couldn't find any Z's afterward, according to his mother Tatyana. "I spoke with him this morning, when it was only 7 [o'clock] in London," Tatyana told uefa.com. "He couldn't get to sleep after such a tense battle where the ... Read the whole story
On Sunday, the Chicago Red Stars hosted Sky Blue FC at Toyota Park in the last home opener of the young WPS season. WPS League Commissioner Tanya Antonucci, on hand for the game, expressed her pleasure with Chicago and the league: "Chicago's been great. It was a little surprising that ... Read the whole story
After winning the the Copa Libertadores last season, Ecuador's Liga de Quito is on the verge of getting eliminated from the competition after a 2-0 away loss to Brazilian club Palmeiras on Tuesday. Liga still has a mathematical chance of qualifying for the tournament's last 16, but its advancing depends ... Read the whole story
Chivas USA is tops while the Los Angeles Galaxy is rated rock bottom in MLSnet.com's Power Rankings after Week 5. Winless defending champ Columbus rates better only than the Galaxy and FC Dallas.On the rise is Kansas City, which "came from two goals down in the 78th minute to earn ... Read the whole story
"I never seen a police officer like him," says Nixon Rivera, 13. "He's nice. He cares about us." Rivera is one of the many Latino youths that Al Cruz, an officer with the Fairfax County Police Department, reaches through soccer. When off duty, Cruz coaches scores of at-risk youth in ... Read the whole story
"The Milan 2009 Homeless World Cup is set in one of the most soccer-passionate cities and nations in the world," Mel Young, the tournament's founder and president, said in a statement. "This is a phenomenal opportunity for Italy and the city of Milan to unite and show the world the ... Read the whole story
Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell claims that he will give "serious consideration" to the newly proposed two-tier English Premier League that would include the Old Firm. Under the proposed structure, Scottish teams Celtic and Rangers would join the Championship, the second tier of the English Premier League, in 2013. "I ... Read the whole story


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