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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2009
Freddie Ljungberg's tireless work for Seattle Sounders FC doesn't often show up on the score sheet. But Ljungberg's teammates and coaches recognize him as a crucial catalyst to the team. "He's been doing it all season," striker Roger Levesque said. "He's the type of guy, when push comes to shove, ... Read the whole story
This season 39-year-old Kasey Keller has played 28 regular season games, two international exhibitions and many matches as part of his team's run to the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup title. But the Seattle Sounders FC goalkeeper hinted that he could play beyond the initial two-year contract he signed with ... Read the whole story
Some  believe that the U.S. U-17 national team will use this year's World Cup in Nigeria to show American audiences a form of the game little seen in this country, an attacking one. "In the past, what our country's kind of been known for is sitting back and playing the ... Read the whole story
On Wednesday, Rangers midfielder Maurice Edu tweeted his disappointment with the racial abuse he received from two of his own club's fans. "Not sure what hurt more: result last nite or being racially abused by couple of r own fans as I'm getting in my car," Edu wrote on his ... Read the whole story
Major League Soccer has earned high marks from a University of Central Florida Institute study on racial and gender hiring. The league received its third consecutive A for racial hiring. Its gender grade improved to a B from last year's C-plus and 2007's D-plus. "The sport of soccer is such ... Read the whole story
On Tuesday, FIFA approved Jermaine Jones' application to switch national allegiance to the USA from Germany. Jones, who turns 28 on Nov. 3, has been sidelined since summer by a broken left shin. The midfielder won't be ready to play for the U.S. in its European friendlies on Nov. 14 ... Read the whole story


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