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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Sunday, Nov. 22, 2009
David Beckham's first MLS Cup final and a crowd of 40,000 expected at Seattle's Qwest Field Sunday night give the media a chance to take stock in the impact of the English star during his two-plus seasons with the Los Angeles Galaxy. As Jamie Jackson of the London Observer finds, ... Read the whole story
The Houston Dynamo's Stuart Holden could become the three American midfielder at Scottish club Rangers if Manager Walter Smith gets his wish. Rangers has targeted the Scottish-born U.S. international for a move during the January transfer window. Chief scout Ewan Chester has been following Holden, who has been recommended by ... Read the whole story
Former French teammate, Zinedine Zidane came to the defense of Thierry Henry, saying he is not a cheat and will get over the controversy surrounding his handball that led to the winning goal in France's World Cup playoff against Ireland. "He is not a cheat, I know him well," said ... Read the whole story
About 200 Irish soccer fans marched to the French embassy in Dublin Saturday afternoon to express their displeasure with the outcome of the France-Ireland World Cup qualifying playoff and demand a replay. With chants of "Fair play is replay" and "You'll never cheat the Irish," the fans asked the French ... Read the whole story
Egypt President Honsi Mubarak responded for the first time in the aftermath of the Algeria-Egypt World Cup qualifying matches by saying attacks on Egyptians abroad will not be tolerated. Egyptians rioted outside the Algerian embassy in Cairo on Thursday night and into Friday morning after reports of attacks on the ... Read the whole story
French teenager Gael Kakuta, at the heart of a controversy that got Chelsea barred FIFA from signing new players until 2011, made his Premier League debut for the Blues on Saturday, coming on as a second-half substitute in a 4-0 home win against Wolves. Chelsea was found guilty of inducing ... Read the whole story


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