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Section 2 Around the Net Editions for October 2009
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Oct 16, 2009 
Vancouver And Montreal Battle For USL-1 Title by Soccer America
Sebrango Wants Fifth Title To Dedicate To Father by Soccer America
After Championship, USL Will Negotiate Future Course by Soccer America
Honduras United in Celebration of World Cup by Soccer America
FIFA May Punish Maradona for Obscene Outburst by Soccer America
Milan Makes Compensation Request for Onyewu's Injury by Soccer America
South Africa Renew Interest in Ex-MetroStar Coach by Soccer America
Bayern's Robben to Return Early by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, Oct 15, 2009 
U.S. Fans Show Support for Davies by Soccer America
Maradona Gets Lewd & Crude by Soccer America
Honduras Going to First World Cup Since 1982 by Soccer America
Slovakia Celebrates 'Magical' Night by Soccer America
Seattle Can Clinch Playoff Berth With Win by Soccer America
Jamaican National Team Player Killed in Kingston by Soccer America
FIFA Rules Everton's Fellaini OK to Play by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Oct 14, 2009 
MLS Crunch Time: Nine Vie For Four Playoff Spots by Soccer America
MLS Playoffs Offer Excitement of Second Life by Soccer America
Totti Considering International Comeback by Soccer America
Old Firm Divided Over North Atlantic League by Soccer America
Notts Denies Eriksson's Talks with North Korea by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Oct 13, 2009 
Columbus Displays Impressive Depth With Youngsters by Soccer America
U.S. Schedules Denmark Friendly by Soccer America
Poland Game Do-or-Die for Slovakia by Soccer America
DeMerit Waiting to See if Eye Operation Necessary by Soccer America
Tooth Pull Sparks Club-Country Tug-of-War by Soccer America
Vieira Not Going Anywhere This Season by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Oct 12, 2009 
Pressure Finally Off USA by Soccer America
MLS to Consider Schedule Shift to Accommodate FIFA by Soccer America
Cannavaro Cleared of Doping Charge by Soccer America
World Cup Fever Spreading Around the Globe by Soccer America
Bolivia Knocks Down Giants Brazil by Soccer America
Ronaldo to Sit With Ankle Sprain by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Oct 09, 2009 
USA-Honduras Broadcast Recalls 1980s by Soccer America
'The Damned United' Focuses on Tensions Not Triumph by Soccer America
Injuries Plaguing Toronto FC At Crunch Time by Soccer America
Maradona Not Quitting by Soccer America
Cannavaro Investigated for Doping by Soccer America
'New Russia' Bidding for World Cups by Soccer America
Maurice Castro On Revs and Honduras' Chances by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, Oct 08, 2009 
Not So Friendly Salt Lake-Guadalajara Clash by Soccer America
Calderon Confused By Real Madrid's Standards by Soccer America
Additional Surgery Delays Jones' Comeback by Soccer America
Grant Returns to Portsmouth by Soccer America
Benched Luca Toni Expresses Interest in Napoli by Soccer America
Gomis' Fainting Spells A Worry by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Oct 07, 2009 
U.S. Game Offers Respite From Honduras' Political Turmoil by Soccer America
Levesque Carrying USL Success to MLS by Soccer America
D.C. United to Consider New Stadium in Baltimore? by Soccer America
'We Can Win World Cup,' Says Davies by Soccer America
Castillo to Wait for First U.S. Appearance by Soccer America
Maradona Might Quit by Soccer America
Platini Suggests Israel As Tournament Hosts by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Oct 06, 2009 
MLS's Garber To Explain Financial Stability To Europeans by Soccer America
Old Teammates Defend Maradona by Soccer America
Earthquakes' Johnson Looks to Stretch Goal Total by Soccer America
Ronaldo Hopes to Recover in Time for Qualifier by Soccer America
Walcott to Make Surprise Appearance for England U-21s by Soccer America
Birmingham City's New Owners Give McLeish Hope by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Oct 05, 2009 
Unsung Hugo Perez Working For U.S. Future by Soccer America
Rongen Blames U-20 Failure On 'Part-Time' Players by Soccer America
The Rise of Ricardo Clark by Soccer America
Schmid's New Boys Snap Columbus' Win Streak by Soccer America
Dynamo Success Threatened by Red Mist by Soccer America
Chelsea Adds to Liverpool Woes by Soccer America
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