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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, April 24, 2009
A game that often depends on fortune, soccer involves lots of whacky superstitions. FIFA.com uncovers a selection of some of the most bizarre superstitions of coaches - past and present. Legendary Leeds United coach Don Revie would wear the same suit until the Yorkshire outfit lost, always took the same ... Read the whole story
To bolster their backline, D.C. United has acquired the rights to Avery John from the New England Revolution for a conditional draft pick in 2010 or 2011. The 34-year-old Avery played with the Revs for four seasons before leaving last year to join Miami FC of USL-1. The Trinidad & ... Read the whole story
Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fábregas and Hull City manager Phil Brown have been charged with improper conduct by the English FA over their actions at the end of Arsenal's FA Cup fifth-round win over Hull on 17 March. Fabregas, who did not play in the game, faces two charges of improper ... Read the whole story
"I have not thought about David Beckham, but it would be disrespectful of me to say I would not be interested in him, were he to become available," Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp recently told the Evening Standard. Redknapp compared the potential recruitment of Beckham to signing Teddy Sheringham at Portsmouth, ... Read the whole story
"Inter announces that the contract with Adriano has been terminated by mutual consent, with effect from April 1, 2009," a club statement said. Adriano, who has long been troubled by alcohol and personal problems, decided not to return to Italy at the start of the month following Brazil's World Cup ... Read the whole story
Days after being named the head coach of the Iraqi national team, former U.S. coach Bora Milutinovic declared his ambitious goals with his new team. Although he has only six weeks to prepare his team for June's Confederations Cup in South Africa, Milutinovic believes his team can win. "We are ... Read the whole story


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