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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, May 22, 2009
On Thursday, members of the New York Red Bulls got a chance play a six-on-six game on the flight deck of the USS Intrepid against the crew of the USS Roosevelt, stationed in town for New York Fleet Week 2009. Originally built to serve during WWII, the Navy decommissioned the ... Read the whole story
Alan Shearer's Newcastle needs at least a point against Aston Villa on Sunday. But even a win might not ensure survival in the Premier League if Hull City beast Manchester City and Sunderland upends Chelsea. "It's bigger than a cup final, a hell of a lot bigger than a cup ... Read the whole story
Pre-tournament favorite Boca Juniors crashed out of the Copa Libertadores in a surprise 1-0 loss to Uruguay visitor Defensor Sporting on Thursday. Diego De Souza scored with a fierce shot in the 28th minute in the Bombonera to lift Defensor into the quarterfinals, 3-2 on aggregate. That set up quarterfinals ... Read the whole story
Former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho claims he has been told by friends at Stamford Bridge that Carlo Ancelotti will be in charge of the Blues next season. "My friends at Chelsea tell me it will be Carlo,'' he told Sky Italia. "Some players are asking me the typical question: 'Gaffer, ... Read the whole story
The Football Association chairman, Lord Triesman, announced that he is close to confirming an agreement with the FAs of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to field both a Great Britain men's and women's team at the London Olympics in 2012. Speaking at the Annual Women's Football Awards ceremony in London, ... Read the whole story
UEFA has charged Chelsea's Didier Drogba and Jose Bosingwa with misconduct for insulting the referee after Chelsea's elimination from the Champions League. UEFA has also charged the club with failing to control the players and fans, who threw objects. UEFA said Drogba and Bosingwa breached sportsmanship by making offensive comments ... Read the whole story


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