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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, July 29, 2009
Houston Dynamo coach Dominic Kinnear has the enviable position of forming a lineup from 18 of the best players in the MLS. "It's a little bit difficult (to mesh all of the players together), but good players play good all of the time, no matter who they are around," Kinnear ... Read the whole story
On Tuesday, The Colorado Rapids released Terry Cooke, one of their most popular and long-serving players, to make room for Scottish striker Jamie Smith. The 32-year-old midfielder had played in just 10 of the Rapids first 18 games, making five starts, well behind the pace that saw him log his ... Read the whole story
Toronto FC might have another shot at its rival, the Columbus Crew, which came from behind to deal Toronto a devastating 3-2 loss on Saturday in MLS play. On Wednesday (Fox Soccer Channel, 8 pm ET), Toronto begins a two-legged series with the USL's Puerto Rico Islanders in the Concacaf ... Read the whole story
According to Freddy Adu's Twitter account, he is in Lisbon to sort his future with Benfica, the Portuguese club Adu joined from Real Salt Lake in 2007. Reports indicate that Adu is not part of Coach Jorge Jesus' plans.Adu has been linked with another loan spell, in the Netherlands, a ... Read the whole story
After passing his medical on Wednesday, Spain defender Alvaro Arbeloa is set to sign a five-year contract with Real Madrid and complete his move from Liverpool. "The results of every test are very satisfactory," Dr. Carlos Diez said. "He is delighted about playing for Real Madrid. It's always been his ... Read the whole story
The Argentine soccer federation (AFA) has decided to push back the start of the top-flight Apertura tournament because of the financial problems facing a number of clubs. A players union has listed seven clubs that have debts totaling $10 million: San Lorenzo, River Plate, Independiente, Newell's, Huracan, Racing Club and ... Read the whole story
Kolo Touré will undergo medical tests today ahead of completing a $23 million move to Manchester City. Touré's move from Arsenal is the second piece of business the two clubs have done this summer, following Emmanuel Adebayor's arrival earlier this month.The deal marks City's sixth of the offseason following the ... Read the whole story


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