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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, June 30, 2009
The United States national team just might get back one that got away. New Mexico native Edgar Castillo, who seemed unlikely to ever play for the country of his birth after representing Mexico's Under-23 team in Olympic qualifying, said recently he'd be willing to take advantage of a new FIFA ... Read the whole story
One of the biggest rivalries in American soccer will be rekindled as longtime foes Portland Timbers and Seattle Sounders FC highlight the third round of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. In their first meeting since Seattle's "promotion" to MLS, the high-flying Sounders will travel to PGE Park to take ... Read the whole story
The first film festival in the United States dedicated to soccer movies, the Kicking and Screening International Soccer Film Festival, will unspool at five locations July 14-18 across New York City. "Soccer and film are passions - they crystallize things and make us feel," said one of the event's founders, ... Read the whole story
The gloom at Southampton deepened today when the Pinnacle group, the consortium fronted by Matthew Le Tissier, formally withdrew from the race to take over the stricken League One club, leaving the administrator, Mark Fry, left to scrutinize two bids from abroad as he desperately seeks new owners. "It is ... Read the whole story
So who is the first American to complete a move to Europe this summer? No, not any of the Confederations Cup players. Try goalkeeper Dominic Cervi, who finally received his Italian passport and is finalizing his long-awaited move to Scottish powerhouse Glasgow Celtic. The former Chicago Fire draft pick had ... Read the whole story
Brazilian striker Grafite has agreed to extend his contract with German champion Wolfsburg until 2012. Grafite, the leading scorer in the Bundesliga last season, scored 28 goals. Grafite formed a strike partnership with Edin Dzeko that produced a total of 54 goals, making them the most prolific partnership in Bundesliga's ... Read the whole story
Argentine striker Emmanuel Villa is joining Cruz Azul from English Championship club Derby County, the Mexican club said on Monday. "We have reached an agreement with Derby County of England for the transfer of Emmanuel Villa, who will arrive (in Mexico) on Tuesday to undergo a medical and sign a ... Read the whole story


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