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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2009
The Oct. 10 World Cup qualifying match between Honduras and the USA may not take place in Honduras. In political turmoil after the military's ousting of President Manuel Zelaya, Honduras is cordoned off to most visitors. It has closed airports, implemented a curfew and set up roadblocks so that a ... Read the whole story
"Four weeks adrift, the memories of a late August night in Mexico City still gnaw at a team that prides itself on being prepared to fight through adversity until the final whistle," writes MLSnet's Craig Merz. The Columbus Crew, defending MLS Champions, still feels the gutting 5-0 defeat to Mexico's ... Read the whole story
Former Wake Forest star Cody Arnoux is acclimating to life in England with new club Everton. Living with fellow American Anton Peterlin, who joined Everton earlier in the summer, has helped Arnoux's comfort level. "[Living with Peterlin] has helped a lot in the transition," said Arnoux, who plays for the ... Read the whole story
On Tuesday, the Houston Dynamo's Eddie Robinson started and played for the first time since last Nov. 26. The defender, who had offseason surgery on his left knee, didn't know if he would be able to contribute at all this season. But the Dynamo's 5-1 win over Panama's Arabe Unido ... Read the whole story
Brazil is a heavy favorite ahead of the Under-20 World Cup, which kicks off this Thursday in Egypt. The four-time champions, however, has watched Argentina win five of the last seven tournaments, including 2007, when Brazil failed to reach the quarterfinals. Brazil can rest a little easier knowing that Argentina ... Read the whole story
Major League Soccer's disciplinary committee has been busy this week. First, it doubled Chivas USA midfielder Marcelo Saragosa's suspension for his studs-to-face challenge of Seattle striker Fredy Montero during Saturday's 0-0 draw. Houston Dynamo assistant coach John Spencer also had his suspension doubled to two games for a confrontation with ... Read the whole story
PGE Park, the new home of Portland's expansion MLS team, is adding 5,000 new seats below street level of the Southwest side of 18th Avenue. But those seats may not increase the current capacity of the stadium, around 17,000. San Francisco designers Ellerbe Becket told the Portland Design Commission that ... Read the whole story
As quickly as he came to Notts County, Sol Campbell has left. After playing just one game for his new club, which Campbell joined earlier this month for a $66,000-a-week salary, the defender asked to be let go. Notts signed Campbell as part of an ambitious project to elevate the ... Read the whole story


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