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Section 2 Around the Net Editions for June 2009
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Jun 30, 2009 
Mexican-American Castillo Says He Would Play for USA by Soccer America
U.S. Open Cup Brings Rivalries and Underdogs to Fore by Soccer America
Soccer-based Film Festival Opens in New York by Soccer America
Southampton Left Without Owner by Soccer America
American Keeper Cervi Completes Move to Celtic, Finally by Soccer America
Revelatory Striker Grafite to Stay at Wolfsburg by Soccer America
Argentinian Villa to Join Cruz Azul by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Jun 29, 2009 
Mixed Feelings From Donovan by Soccer America
Revs Advance in SuperLiga by Soccer America
Altidore Wants Out of Villarreal by Soccer America
Galaxy's Defense Sparks Win Over Dynamo by Soccer America
Egypt Demands Retraction of Prostitution Claims by Soccer America
England-Germany in U-21 Final by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Jun 26, 2009 
Bob Bradley and USA Loose Ahead of Big Game by Soccer America
Iran Federation Denies Player Ban by Soccer America
Big Bucks For Maradona by Soccer America
Betting on the USA: What Were the Odds? by Soccer America
Pontius a Playmaker in Any Role by Soccer America
Young RSL Defender Beltran Gaining Experience, Confidence by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, Jun 25, 2009 
Ranking the U.S. Upset of Spain by Soccer America
Bradley's Keys To Victory by Soccer America
Keeper Says Result Against USA is 'One in 10' by Soccer America
U.S. Gold Cup Roster by Soccer America
Mexico Pick Up Steam With Win Over Venezuela by Soccer America
Toronto's Vitti Breaks Drought Against Red Bulls by Soccer America
Cruzeiro Take Lead Over Gremio by Soccer America
India's 'U-16' Team Older by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Jun 24, 2009 
Iran's Turmoil Spills Into Soccer by Soccer America
South Africa Proud of Soccer City Stadium by Soccer America
Toronto Fans Must Wait to See Gerba by Soccer America
Basketball and Soccer Talent Mix It Up in NYC by Soccer America
Denilson Lasts Less Than a Game by Soccer America
ESPN to Create New Channel in Britain by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Jun 23, 2009 
Egypt Performance Hurt By Prostitute 'Lies' by Soccer America
Xavi: USA Has Nothing to Lose Against Spain by Soccer America
Quaranta Set for U.S. Comeback at Gold Cup by Soccer America
FIFA to Give Away Tickets to U.S. Confederations Cup Game by Soccer America
ESPN to Carry EPL Games in Britain by Soccer America
UK Branch of Setanta Placed Into Adminstration by Soccer America
Manchester City Completes Deal for Santa Cruz by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Jun 22, 2009 
MLS Players Follow Fathers' Lines by Soccer America
Bob Bradley: 'We're excited to move on' by Soccer America
New England Triumphs in Rain-Soaked Thriller by Soccer America
Clashes Among Fans of Same Team Turn Fatal in Argentina by Soccer America
Earthquakes Withstand Galaxy Assault by Soccer America
Owen to Leave Newcastle, Prove Critics Wrong by Soccer America
Spain Sets World Record for Consecutive Wins by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Jun 19, 2009 
U.S. Tries To Explain Itself After Brazil Loss by Soccer America
Goal spree Propels Toronto FC into Champions League by Soccer America
Semifinals Set for Copa Libertadores by Soccer America
South Africans Defend the Noisy Vuvuzela by Soccer America
New England Tests Veteran Striker Jankauskas by Soccer America
Egypt Players Robbed During Game Against Italy by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, Jun 18, 2009 
German-American Jones Could Join USA in September by Soccer America
D.C. United Probe Fans on Stadium Dilemma by Soccer America
D.C. United Salvages Another Point on the Road by Soccer America
North Korea Advances to First World Cup Since 1966 by Soccer America
Former Chivas USA Player Mendoza Moves to Jaguares by Soccer America
Toronto FC Releases Winger Ricketts by Soccer America
Nacional Advances to Libertadores Semifinal by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Jun 17, 2009 
U.S. Players Believe In Win Over Brazil by Soccer America
Chivas USA Faces Familiar faces in SuperLiga by Soccer America
Iran's U.S. Connection: Coach Afshin Ghotbi by Soccer America
First-Place United Prepares for Tough Away Stretch by Soccer America
Australia Finishes Off Impressive Qualifying Campaign by Soccer America
Puebla Signs Veteran Borgetti by Soccer America
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