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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Oct. 30, 2009
Mexico star Cuauhtemoc Blanco announced on his website that he will leave the Chicago Fire at the end of the season to return home to rejoin second-division club Veracruz in January. Of Blanco's decision, Fire technical director Frank Klopas said: "We respect his desire to continue playing in Mexico during ... Read the whole story
Although the Seattle Sounders FC could only muster a 0-0 tie against the Houston Dynamo on Thursday, the atmosphere at Qwest Field didn't disappoint in Seattle's inaugural appearance in the MLS playoffs: 35,807 fans packed into the stadium for the largest ever crowd at an MLS conference semifinal game.   ... Read the whole story
Midfielder Andy Williams, 32, has spent much of this season on the bench for Real Salt Lake. Through the first two thirds of the season, Williams made just two starts in addition to a dozen or so brief appearances as a substitute.  But Williams has been a crucial offensive sparkplug ... Read the whole story
Four members of the New York MetroStars coaching fraternity could have jobs heading various national teams at next summer's World Cup. Bob Bradley, in charge at the Meadowlands from 2003-05, led the U.S. national team to first place in its CONCACAF qualifying group. Bradley was the MetroStars' seventh head coach; ... Read the whole story
In the Industrial town of Manchester in Northwest England, the soccer debate has reached a new fervor this season. Friends and even family, like Kevin and Tony Parker, are split into two camps: Red and Blue. "This year, Manchester has accomplished something remarkable for a city of its modest size ... Read the whole story
The Guardian rehashes six of the most memorable clashes between Tottenham and Arsenal, two North London sides that face off this weekend. Over the years, these two teams have bucked the trend of local rivalries to produce gritty and low-scoring affronts to the beautiful game. They have produced lots of ... Read the whole story


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