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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, April 27, 2009
Juergen Klinsmann, who had been unsuccessfully courted by U.S. Soccer to replace Bruce Arena in 2006, has been sacked from his first coaching job since guiding host Germany to third place of 2006 World Cup. Bayern Munich dismissed Klinsmann on Monday following the latest disappointing result -- a 1-0 loss ... Read the whole story
"We sat down with the coaches the other night after [John Carver] had handed in his resignation and it was difficult," said Mo Johnston, TFC's manager and director of soccer. "We weren't happy campers but it's started to sink in. It's started to settle in. ... We need to put ... Read the whole story
If the perfect soccer game exists, then Real Salt Lake experienced what it feels like on Saturday night against the New England Revolution at the Rio Tinto Stadium. Offense and defense dovetailed on Saturday night for the Utah side in a 6-0 victory. After threatening in the first half, RSL ... Read the whole story
Ronaldo scored a goal in each half to lead Corinthians to a 3-1 win over Santos in the first leg of the Sao Paulo state championship final on Sunday. The goals marked Ronaldo's seventh and eighth goals in his last nine matches for Corninthians. "The most important thing today was ... Read the whole story
Manchester United stalwart Ryan Giggs has been voted the Professional Footballers' Association player of the year for the first time in his decorated career. "It's right up there with personal accolades, it's the best to have as it's voted by your fellow players,'' Giggs said at the London ceremony. "I've ... Read the whole story
As South Africa celebrates today's Freedom Day, commemorating the country's first non-racial democratic elections in 1994, the soccer industry should look back with pride at the sport's positive influence over the last 15 years. Contributing significantly to black empowerment, soccer has helped previously disadvantaged groups achieve status, riches and voice ... Read the whole story
Arsenal forward Emmanuel Adebayor has compared AC Milan's interest in him to interest from pop-icon Beyonce. "I am happy playing for this club and to be honest I am happy AC Milan, one of the legendary clubs in the world, was looking at me," Adebayor told ESPN. "For me that ... Read the whole story
At a recent speech in Italy, his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales claimed that England has been benefiting from Italian lessons in soccer. "One of the most recent examples of how the British have taken inspiration from Italy has come on the football pitch where Fabio Capello's record with ... Read the whole story


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