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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, Sept. 17, 2009
It's a never ending-debate. Which country boasts the best domestic league, Spain or England? Many believe that the events of the last four months have tipped the scales toward Spain. Barcelona won the Champions League, and arguably strengthened its squad over the summer by adding Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovich. And ... Read the whole story
After Inter Milan's 0-0 draw with Barcelona in the group stages of the Champions League, Inter coach Jose Mourinho was up to his usual creative responses. Looking bored at the postgame conference, Mourinho grabbed a stat sheet of the game and made this pronouncement: "This game has a point I ... Read the whole story
For the first time in its history, MLS will not play league games during the two-week group phase of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The group phase, which includes 48 of the tournament's 64 games, begins on June 11 and runs until June 25. MLS also doesn't plan to schedule ... Read the whole story
Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor has accepted a three-match ban for his violent stamp on Arsenal's Robin van Persie during City's 4-2 home win last Saturday. The suspension means Adebayor will miss Sunday's derby against Manchester United. He will also miss a League Cup game against Fulham and a league ... Read the whole story
A day after firing Rodrigo Kenton, Costa Rica has appointed Brazilian coach Rene Simoes to head Los Ticos for the final two World Cup qualifying games. Kenton was dismissed after three straight losses, which dropped the team from first to fourth in the Concacaf group.Simoes recently resigned from second division ... Read the whole story
Striker Lee Nguyen, a 22-year old Texas product, is going to test his skills at Arsenal. "I'm just going over there to train with Arsenal right now for two or three weeks and then maybe going elsewhere after that to another club," Nguyen told the website Yanks Abroad.Nguyen spent last ... Read the whole story
After the departure of Robert Kenyon from the office of chief executive, Chelsea has appointed Ron Gourlay as Kenyon's successor. Gourlay, 46, has been with the west London club for five years in a variety of roles and was previously chief operating officer."Ron was the outstanding candidate for the job," ... Read the whole story


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