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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Manchester United central defender Nemanja Vidic has pointed to his club's most obvious weakness ahead of Wednesday's clash with Arsenal in the Champions League semifinal. "In the first half [against Tottenham] we didn't defend very well," Vidic said. "In the second half we came back much stronger, and that is ... Read the whole story
Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac attended Saturday's Fire-Columbus game to watch and meet with Patrick Nyarko, the Fire's 23-year-old forward. "This was his first opportunity to see Patrick," Fire technical director Frank Klopas said. "He wants to bring him in for friendlies to take a closer look. Obviously Patrick is very ... Read the whole story
Red Star Belgrade's executive board stepped down Monday amid pressure from fans and a growing financial crisis. This came after Club president Dobrivoje Tanasijevic quit last week when the 1991 European Cup winners revealed it owed around 23 million euros ($30 million) to creditors. Many players have not been paid ... Read the whole story
The Chicago Fire and Club America of Mexico announced a partnership on Monday that will help both organizations pursue shared objectives and business growth. Fire president Dave Greeley explained that both clubs, central to the history of their respective leagues, share a passion for the sport, their fans, and developing ... Read the whole story
The Italian soccer federation has upheld a ruling ordering Juventus to play its next Serie A home match, on May 3, in an empty stadium. The punishment comes for racist insults hurled by fans at Inter Milan striker Mario Balotelli earlier this month. Read the whole story
Reading kept alive its hopes of an immediate return to the Premier League when two headers from Shane Long gave them a 2-0 win at Norwich City in the English Championship on Monday. With Wolverhampton Wanderers promoted as champion, Reading can leapfrog Birmingham City and Sheffield United into the second ... Read the whole story
"You know, it was a gutsy performance. We still have a lot of young guys and I think we learned a little bit in the second half. These are turning points when you win games like this. These are things that make you stronger as a team." D.C. United coach ... Read the whole story


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