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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, May 28, 2009
The Philadelphia Union, MLS's newest expansion team, will introduce Peter Nowak as its first head coach at a press conference on Friday, sources told Soccer By Ives on Wednesday. Nowak, the only man to ever win an MLS Cup as a player and head coach, will leave his post as ... Read the whole story
Manchester United coach Alex Ferguson lamented his team's unusually slack defending against Barcelona: "In our best performances this season we have defended very well, but the defending was shoddy. "The first goal didn't help. It gave them the opportunity to keep possession. We didn't plan to lose a goal early ... Read the whole story
After grabbing titles like two-for-one specials in 2006 and 2007 - winning the Clausura and Copa Sudamericana titles in 2006, then the 2007 Clausura, Concacaf Champions League crown and SuperLiga title - Pachuca hit a dry spell. Struggles in the league translated to tournament struggles. But the club is back ... Read the whole story
Sacha Gaydamak, the owner of Portsmouth, has agreed to sell the club to Dubai-born businessman Sulaiman Al-Fahim. Al-Fahim brokered the buyout of Manchester City last August for the Abu Dhabi United Group, an investment vehicle owned by Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the billionaire member of the Abu Dhabi ... Read the whole story
Sunderland released former Manchester United striker Dwight Yorke on Thursday. The Trinidad & Tobago international, 37, started just four league games last season. Yorke was one of seven players not offered new contracts by the club that narrowly avoided relegation.   Read the whole story
Sean Franklin, the 2008 MLS Rookie of the Year, is set to miss between four and six months after undergoing surgery to repair a torn right hamstring tendon. The Los Angeles Galaxy right back suffered the injury during the Galaxy's 1-1 tie vs. Columbus on May 17. He underwent successful ... Read the whole story


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