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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Mexico coach Javier Aguirre doesn't appreciate the press calling Mexico's Gold Cup winning squad a "B team." "I remember having read - and I hated it - that this was a 'B' team. And now it might be the base,'' Aguirre fired back at reporters. But the only players from ... Read the whole story
When U.S. national team goalkeeper Tim Howard joined Everton FC from Manchester United three years ago, he knew he was joining a club that had seen some legendary players, players like Neville Southall, regarded as one of the finest keepers in British soccer history, and 1966 England World Cup winners ... Read the whole story
The Los Angeles Galaxy has rescinded the lifetime ban it originally imposed on a fan who jumped onto the field during an ill-tempered exchange between David Beckham and the home crowd. The unidentified Galaxy supporter leaped from the "Riot Squad" fan section onto the field at halftime of Beckham's return ... Read the whole story
"Time to learn Spanish," Zlatan Ibrahimovic has posted on his Twitter page. The Sweden striker signed a five-year contract with Barcelona after passing a medical test on Monday that will send him from Inter Milan to Barcelona. The $65.6 million move contracts the 27-year-old until 2014 with a buy-out clause ... Read the whole story
In 2007, the English Premier League sold its China rights exclusively to the pay-TV broadcaster, a decision that analysts believe hampered efforts to grow in the world's most populous country and allowed the NBA to consolidate its lead in the battle for the hearts and wallets of Chinese sports fans. ... Read the whole story
"Hard economic times can also foster innovation," writes Tom Dunmore of, "and it's no surprise that a supporter-owned and run club, FC United of Manchester, this summer became the first club I've heard of to allow supporters to set their own season ticket prices." The Unibond League club, which ... Read the whole story
A riot at a soccer game in Honduras killed two fans, a 35-year-old man and a 12-year-old boy. Gunfire rang out in the stands at a game between Olimpia and Motagua. Sixteen people were injured and six were shot. Fire department chief Carlos Cordero says that fans of both teams ... Read the whole story

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