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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2009
Days after earning a crucial home victory over MLS leader Columbus Crew, D.C. United must switch its focus from making the league playoffs to making the quarterfinal round of the CONCACAF Champions League. United travels to Toluca to play the finale of group play on Tuesday. United (9 points) is ... Read the whole story
Chicago Fire coach Denis Hamlett has had to use his entire roster this year, including his youngest players, to survive a busy schedule, unexpected departures, and a backlog of injuries. "I think our young guys this year have stepped up to the challenge," Hamlett said. "Given the fact of the ... Read the whole story
As the New York Red Bulls play their final game in Giants Stadium on Saturday, NY Times blogger Jack Bell reviews 10 of the most memorable games seen in the historic venue. "To an international audience, Giants Stadium means soccer in the United States because of the still flickering penumbra ... Read the whole story
U.S. national team and AC Milan defender Oguchi Onyewu plans to have surgery on Wednesday to repair a ruptured patellar tendon in his left knee. Onyewu injured his knee while playing for the U.S. in last week's World Cup qualifier against Costa Rica. U.S. national team physician Dr. Bert Mandelbaum ... Read the whole story
Joel Santana quit as South Africa coach on Monday. The South African Football Association said its management committee and Santana had "unanimously agreed" that the Brazilian would leave the job "with immediate effect." An executive meeting on Friday aims to indicate some of Santana's possible replacements. Fans and commentators criticized ... Read the whole story


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