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Section 2 Around the Net Editions for May 2009
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, May 14, 2009 
Americans Climbing the Ladder in England by Soccer America
Barcelona Closes In On Second Title of Season by Soccer America
Sounders to Increase Seating Capacity at Qwest Field by Soccer America
FIFA Seeks More 'Homegrown' World Cup Sponsors by Soccer America
Perez to Return to Helm At Madrid by Soccer America
Klose Returns for Bayern's Title Run by Soccer America
Pienaar: Everton Must Raise Game Before FA Cup Final by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, May 13, 2009 
Gaven Thriving in New Role for Crew by Soccer America
UEFA Concerned With Ukraine for 2012 Euros by Soccer America
Unibond Team to Let Fans Set Own Ticket Prices by Soccer America
Palmeiras Advances After Shootout by Soccer America
Bayern Munich Hires van Gaal to Replace Klinsmann by Soccer America
Gerrard Voted Player of Year by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, May 12, 2009 
Dallas Youngster Eager for Breakthrough by Soccer America
Wenger Maintains He Doesn't Need to Buy Success by Soccer America
Spurs' Redknapp Wants End To Boozing by Soccer America
Tecos and Jaguares to Close Doors to Fans by Soccer America
Maradona Eyes Pachuca's Gimenez by Soccer America
Czech Republic Names New Head Coach by Soccer America
Berlusconi Blames Ancelotti for Wrong Tactics by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, May 11, 2009 
Bruce Arena's Galaxy Tied Up Again by Soccer America
D.C. United Take to the Streets for New Stadium by Soccer America
Former Italian Star Sells Condoms by Soccer America
Milan-Juventus Match Highlights Teams' Weaknesses by Soccer America
Velez On Course for Argentine Title by Soccer America
Fletcher and Abidal Bans Upheld by Soccer America
Norway, Denmark, Scotland Get Extra Europe Spots by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, May 08, 2009 
MLS Expansion Club Philadelphia Gets a Name by Soccer America
Barcelona to face Galaxy & Sounders by Soccer America
Chelsea Searches for British-Asian Star by Soccer America
Zourab Tsiskaridze Jr.'s Unique Journey to the USL by Soccer America
Bocanegra Enjoying Pressure of Coupe de France by Soccer America
AFC Chief Keeps FIFA Seat by Soccer America
UEFA to Make Decision on Fletcher's Suspension by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, May 07, 2009 
Frankie Hejduk to the rescue for Crew? by Soccer America
D.C. United Draws While Giving Stars Rest by Soccer America
Barcelona-Chelsea: No Conspiracy, Just Bad Officiating by Soccer America
Fletcher Suspension Final. Or Is It? by Soccer America
Toronto FC Uses Reserves in Win Over Vancouver by Soccer America
Land Sale Approved for New Earthquakes Stadium by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, May 06, 2009 
Wambach Claims 'No Intent' to Cause Daniela Harm by Soccer America
Adebayor Urges Arsenal to Get More Players by Soccer America
Van Basten Leaves Ajax by Soccer America
Barton Suspended, Again by Soccer America
Palestine Coach Just Happy to Field Team by Soccer America
Highway Scare for Wizards Coach by Soccer America
South Africa Hoping to Sell More Confederations Cup Tickets by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, May 05, 2009 
Manchester United Makes Big Bid for Bayern's Ribery by Soccer America
Henry to Miss Chelsea Clash by Soccer America
U.S. 'Nemesis' to Ref Confederations Cup by Soccer America
Fire Wants More Than Unbeaten Record by Soccer America
Former France Star Named New Marseille Coach by Soccer America
Olympiakos Triumphs in Historic Cup Final by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, May 04, 2009 
'Unknown' American to Sign with Everton by Soccer America
The most marketable soccer property in USA ... by Soccer America
Dynamo Finally Takes Down Revolution by Soccer America
Wenger Predicts 'Magnificent Performance' Against Man United by Soccer America
Fulham to tour Australia by Soccer America
Marquez Believes Barca Can Take Chelsea by Soccer America
American Stakes Biggest Claim to Arsenal by Soccer America
Chivas Player Suspended for Spitting, Coughing by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, May 01, 2009 
New MLS Philly Franchise Takes Shape by Soccer America
Club, Not League, Wanted Carver 'Downstairs' by Soccer America
Players' Superstitions: From Russian Lit to On-Field Urination by Soccer America
Round of 16 Set for Copa Libertadores by Soccer America
Ferdinand Could Play Second Leg Against Arsenal by Soccer America
Slimmer Thornton Shines for Chivas USA by Soccer America
El Clasico Will Stop Country This Weekend by Soccer America
Israeli Club Punished for Anti-Arab Chants by Soccer America
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