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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, July 31, 2009
FC Dallas forward Kenny Cooper, who has wanted to return to Europe for several seasons, has gotten his wish, moving to German second division club TSV 1860 Munich on a transfer pending a medical examination. Cooper joined FC Dallas from Manchester United in 2006 and scored 40 goals in 93 ... Read the whole story
Landon Donovan's strong game against Spain in the semifinals of the 2009 Confederations Cup not only helped give the USA an historic 2-0 win, it earned the Los Angeles Galaxy star rare respect for an American player among the elite of European soccer. The three FC Barcelona members attending a ... Read the whole story
David Beckham hoped be able to play in Saturday's Los Angeles Galaxy exhibition with Spanish giant Barcelona despite back problems that forced him to miss practice Thursday at the Home Depot Center. The English star said the pain flared up a few days ago but it did not prevent him ... Read the whole story
Bobby Robson, one of the most respected English coaches in modern history, died Friday at the age of 76 after a long battle with cancer. Robson played for England 20 times during his playing career with Fulham and West Bromwich Albion and later made a name for himself as a ... Read the whole story
After Ian Sawyers and Kelly Lindsay, U.S. national team captain Christie Rampone is Sky Blue FC's third coach of the season. She will finish the 2009 WPS season as the club's player-coach following Lindsay's shock resignation. "She left without saying anything to me," Sky Blue president and CEO Thomas Hofstetter ... Read the whole story
U.S. under-17 national team striker Jack McInerney, who overshadowed several other more highly touted teammates by scoring five goals in three games at 2009 Concacaf U-17 qualifying in Tijuana, is off Saturday on a 12-day tryout at Dutch club Vitesse. "I'm real excited, a little nervous," he said. "It's my ... Read the whole story


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