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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, May 27, 2009
SC Cambuur, a Dutch club managed by Bethesda, Md., native Alex Pama, is close to gaining promotion to the Eredivise and playing in the Netherlands' top flight for the first time in nine years, reports Steven Goff of the Washington Post. Pama, who moved to the Netherlands with his family ... Read the whole story
Abdul Hamid and Samir Badr, two goalkeepers in the D.C. United development program, are among the nation's top goalkeeping prospects in the country. Both teenagers look poised to ink deals with European clubs this summer. Hamid, on the U-18 team, stands 6-foot-4 and 230 pounds. Hamid's size and talent have ... Read the whole story
Honduras' run to the final round of Concacaf 2010 World Cup qualifying has put Toronto FC midfielder Amado Guevara closer to his lifelong ambition of playing on soccer's greatest stage. "It's a dream for the whole country of Honduras. For the fans it's been such a long time that Honduras ... Read the whole story
A Manchester United fan in Rome for Wednesday's Champions League final has been discharged from the hospital after being treated for a stab wound and head injury, police and hospital staff said. Though police said it was unclear whether the man had been attacked by rival fans or muggers, the ... Read the whole story
A victory in Wednesday's Champions League final will net Manchester United or Barcelona at least $154 million, according to a new study. The loser will take home $91 million from a match that is worth more than $433 million to the European economy, $60 million more than last year's final ... Read the whole story
A group of furious Fluminense fans invaded a training session on Tuesday. Based on video of the event, one of the estimated 30 fans aimed a punch at midfielder Diguinho who hit back and tried to escape through a side door. Reports said fans retreated after a security guard fired ... Read the whole story


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