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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, May 18, 2009
Philip Anschutz and his AEG empire will not invest in any one European soccer club because the company has working relationships with several high-powered clubs that it doesn't want to jeapordize. "We've had many opportunities to jump into the Premier League," Tim Leiweke, Anschutz' right-hand man at the company, said ... Read the whole story
Claudio Ranieri has been sacked as Juventus coach after a poor run of results and youth team boss Ciro Ferrara has taken over, the club said on Monday. Clinging to third place in Serie A, Juventus is one point above fourth-place Fiorentina with two matches left. The team faces the ... Read the whole story
England's Prime Minister Gordon Brown has pledged to do everything in the government's power to aid England's bid to host the 2018 World Cup. "It's right for England to host the World Cup," the Prime Minister, speaking at a launch party for the bid at Wembley stadium, said. "We have ... Read the whole story
The LA Times' Grahame Jones suggests that the LA Sol's crowds have fallen far short of matching its announceded attendance. The LA Sol's announced crowd of 6,210 on Mother's Day, for example, came on an afternoon when there might charitably have been 3,000 fans on hand, according to Jones, who ... Read the whole story
Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is 90 percent certain to remain at Inter Milan next season despite fuelling speculation about a move, club president Massimo Moratti said. The Swede, whose 22 league goals inspired Inter's fourth straight Serie A title, has been considering his future at the club after becoming frustrated by ... Read the whole story
Caracas FC won the second stage of the 2008/09 Venezuelan championship with a 3-1 win over Zamora FC on Sunday. But crowd violence marred the victory when rioting fans caused a 10-minute delay in the start of the second half. Rival fans in the 8,700 crowd clashed on the terraces. ... Read the whole story
Argentine midfielder Andres D'Alessandro went on as a substitute and scored in injury time to help Internacional beat Palmeiras 2-0 on Sunday and take top spot in the Brazilian league. Internacional won its second consecutive match despite playing without most of its regular starters ahead of the team's Brazilian Cup ... Read the whole story


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