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Section 2 Around the Net Editions for September 2009
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Sep 16, 2009 
Huckerby: 'I'm 99 Percent Sure I'm Done' by Soccer America
Coach Holds Dual Duty in Connecticut, Portugal by Soccer America
Kenyon to Leave Position As Chelsea Chief Executive by Soccer America
Grafite Wants Brazil Call-Up by Soccer America
Homophobic Abuse Cases Overturned in Portsmouth by Soccer America
United Stays Alive in Champions League by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Sep 15, 2009 
FA Charges Adebayor For Stomp and Celebration by Soccer America
Adebayor Incident Recalls Controversial Past Celebrations by Soccer America
Los Angeles Teams Still Looking For Offense by Soccer America
Platini's Plan for 'Financial Fair Play' by Soccer America
Forlan Blames Wrong Studs for Man U Departure by Soccer America
Burley to Remain Manager of Scotland by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Sep 14, 2009 
Texas Entrepreneur Embraces Italian Serie A Club by Soccer America
Montero the Difference for Seattle by Soccer America
Crew Stakes Claim to League Best by Soccer America
U.S. Hopeful Jermaine Jones Faces Injury Delay by Soccer America
Adebayor's Skill Overshadowed By Menacing Behavior by Soccer America
Rookies Give Toronto Crucial Win by Soccer America
Estudiantes Beats Independiente as Boca Falls by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Sep 11, 2009 
Lots at Stake in Sounders-D.C. United Rematch by Soccer America
A Clash of MLS's Best by Soccer America
Honduran Picks Dallas Duty Over National Team by Soccer America
Toronto FC Makes De Guzman a DP by Soccer America
Wenger Disagrees with FIFA Ban on U-18 Transfers by Soccer America
Franco To Stay in Europe, Sign With West Ham by Soccer America
Capello Puts Cap on 'WAGs' Visits During World Cup by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, Sep 10, 2009 
Spain and England Join The Dutch at 2010 World Cup by Soccer America
Argentina In Dire Straits by Soccer America
After Poor Start, Mexico Hitting Stride by Soccer America
Scotland Misses World Cup Again by Soccer America
McBride Could Return This Weekend by Soccer America
Bahrain Eyes First Ever World Cup Appearance by Soccer America
German Women Aim For Fifth Straight Euro Title by Soccer America
Toronto Fan Favorite Dichio Retires by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Sep 09, 2009 
Examining Bob Bradley's Soccer Brain by Soccer America
Portugal and Hungary Battle for World Cup Berth by Soccer America
New Stadium Project for Kansas City by Soccer America
Houston to Host 2010 All-Star Game by Soccer America
Rangers' Edu Undaunted by Old Firm Abuse by Soccer America
A Look Back At England's DK Ladies by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Sep 08, 2009 
Argentina In Danger of Missing World Cup by Soccer America
Yellow Peril For USA In Trinidad by Soccer America
'Velvet Rivalry' Highlights Countries' Role Reversal by Soccer America
Africa's 'Feet Drain' Has Positive Implications by Soccer America
Wizards End Scoreless Drought, Revolution Win-Streak by Soccer America
Connecticut High School Pioneer, Hall of Fame Ref Dies by Soccer America
Irish Goalkeeper Gets Nine-Month Ban by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Sep 04, 2009 
National Soccer Hall of Fame Shuts Downs by Soccer America
El Salvador's MLS Men Eye An Upset Over USA by Soccer America
Mexico: Guardado Hails Aguirre's Leadership by Soccer America
Maradona Confirms Strike Duo of Messi and Tevez by Soccer America
Toronto's Sanyang Enjoying Summer, Despite Fasting by Soccer America
Le Tissier Reveals Botched Betting Scam by Soccer America
Arsenal to Appeal Eduardo Suspension by Soccer America
Benny Feilhaber Addresses The Issues by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, Sep 03, 2009 
Chelsea Banned From Signing Players by Soccer America
Cody Arnoux Starts England Adventure by Soccer America
Mexico has Momentum Ahead of Tico Clash by Soccer America
Rolfe to Move to Denmark's Aalborg by Soccer America
Pearce Move to Turkey Canceled by Soccer America
Mexican Striker Franco to Join Estudiantes by Soccer America
Aging Players Trying to Recapture Glory by Soccer America
CLARIFICATION: Ousted referees by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Sep 02, 2009 
U.S. Soccer Ousts Three Referees by Soccer America
Pearce Finds New Home in Turkey by Soccer America
Twenty Years Ago: Mo's Historic Move by Soccer America
Charlie Davies Likes The French Style by Soccer America
Dane Has Leg Amputated After Lightning Strike by Soccer America
Tottenham Gets Croatian Replacement for Modric by Soccer America
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