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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Aug. 21, 2009
The recession isn't affecting the revenues generated by the European Champions League, the world's most lucrative club competition. According to UEFA figures, the tournament will earn a record $1.55 billion in marketing and television revenues for clubs and organizer UEFA this season, a figure up 33 percent from last season. ... Read the whole story
Sky Blue FC, New Jersey's Women's Professional Soccer team, has achieved a remarkable turnaround this season, overcoming a last-place start, two coaching changes and injuries to its star forward. On May 25, nine weeks into the inaugural season of WPS, Sky Blue sat seventh - dead last - in WPS ... Read the whole story
During AC Milan's preseason tour of America, newly signed defender Oguchi Onyewu sat down with the New York Times' Jeffrey Marcus for an interview. Onyewu speaks candidly about handling the pressure of the big stage, his new team, and his identity as a person and player. He emphasizes his hunger ... Read the whole story
"He's getting better, he's returning. It's now or never," AC Milan coach Leonardo said of Brazilian star Ronaldinho before the club's league opener. "Now is his moment for Milan and for the national team." The twice FIFA World Player of the Year's form has slid noticeably since 2006. But Leonardo ... Read the whole story
Mexican club Toluca brought its top guns for the CONCACAF Champions League match Thursday against San Juan Jabloteh in Port-of-Spain. The move paid off as Toluca. Raul Nava scored in the ninth minute and the visitors held on for a 1-0 victory. Next up for Toluca is a trip to ... Read the whole story
Sevilla has signed striker Alvaro Negredo from Real Madrid to a five-year contract. Spanish media reports put the price tag at about $21 million. Negredo had played for the past two seasons at Almeria before being re-sold to Madrid last month as proposed in the terms of his original sale. ... Read the whole story


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