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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, July 22, 2009
Oguchi Onyewu, the first U.S.-born player to sign with prestigious Italian club AC Milan, will get his first chance to prove he belongs at the highest level when AC Milan plays Mexico's Club America in a friendly at the Georgia Dome on Wednesday (TV: ESPN2, 7 pm ET). "Obviously in ... Read the whole story
Pele, perhaps the greatest player ever in the world's most popular sport, is still hustling to make a living at the age of 68. The Brazilian legend recently signed a merchandising deal with Nomis, a little-known Swiss cleats manufacturer, in his latest effort to establish himself as a branded empire. ... Read the whole story
When Rodrigo Kenton took hold of the reins 13 months ago, Costa Rica's World Cup hopes looked grim. But Kenton has sparked a turnaround, guiding the Ticos to top spot in the final round of qualifying, unearthing exciting talent and re-capturing the imagination of a soccer-crazy Central American nation. Fifa.com ... Read the whole story
Sven-Goran Eriksson has insisted he joined fourth division Notts County for "the biggest football challenge in my life," not for money - and plans to take the club all the way to the Premier League. Eriksson, who has signed a five-year contract at Meadow Lane and will work alongside current ... Read the whole story
Ivory Coast has been fined and told by FIFA to cut capacity at Abidjan's Felix Houphouet-Boigny stadium after at least 19 people were killed during a stampede there before a World Cup qualifier against Malawi in March. FIFA's disciplinary committee also ordered extra crowd control measures outside the stadium for ... Read the whole story
Interim Newcastle boss Chris Hughton has insisted that an ugly mass brawl during a friendly at Huddersfield on Tuesday night showed his players care about the club. The match at the Galpharm Stadium erupted at the break after a confrontation between Senegal international Habib Beye and Huddersfield skipper Peter Clarke ... Read the whole story


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