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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2009
Jack Bell conducted an interview with Sunil Gulati, the president of the United States Soccer Federation, on the New York Times' Goal.com blog. Gulati, an economics professor at Columbia University, speaks about the World Cup seeding process, the U.S. chances in the World Cup, and whether there's a U.S. inferiority ... Read the whole story
Erik Stover, who took over as the managing director of the Red Bulls in 2008, has some big decisions to make in the club's offseason, possibly the most crucial winter in franchise history. This winter, as the league unveils a new collective bargaining agreement in January, and as the league ... Read the whole story
Jeff Cunningham's 2009 season had a bittersweet flavor. Cunningham struggled at the start, benched by FC Dallas coach Schellas Hyndman. He didn't score his first goal until May 31 at Chicago in his club's 11th game of the season. After strike partner Kenny Cooper left for Germany, however, Cunningham found ... Read the whole story
Third division club Alcorcon did more than surprise Spanish giants Real Madrid in Tuesday's Copa del Rey match. Alcorcon thrashed Madrid 4-0, dominating much of play. The loss adds pressure to Madrid coach Manuel Pellegrini, who has overseen a string of bad results recently, including a home defeat to AC ... Read the whole story
The Premier League has slapped a transfer embargo on Portsmouth for the club's outstanding debts to other clubs. The club, currently last place in the league, cannot sign new players until those debts have been paid. Portsmouth incurred the debts as part of an ongoing financial crisis. Last month the ... Read the whole story
Newcastle is no longer for sale as owner Mike Ashley has taken the club off the market. Ashley failed to find a buyer at his asking price, around $131 million for a club that he bought for $220 million two years ago. Ashley now says that he will provide over ... Read the whole story
MLS has changed the date of the first-leg playoff clash between the New England Revolution and the Chicago Fire. The game, originally scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 31, has been rescheduled for 2 p.m. ET on Sunday in Foxborough, Mass., and will be broadcast on Fox Soccer Channel and Fox Sports ... Read the whole story


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