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Section 2 Around the Net Editions for November 2009
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, Nov 19, 2009 
Hair-puller speaks for the first time by Soccer America
From the locker room: U.S. reactions to Denmark loss by Soccer America
Irish hearts broken at Stade de Fraud by Soccer America
Galaxy cancels postseason Germany tour by Soccer America
Holden weighs move to Scotland by Soccer America
McBride set for Chicago return? by Soccer America
Paul Dalglish to coach USL-1 Rowdies by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Nov 18, 2009 
The multicultural Swiss champs by Soccer America
German Chancellor challenges soccer taboos by Soccer America
Toronto expected to name Preki coach on Thursday by Soccer America
J-League bails out club on brink of bankruptcy by Soccer America
Crew asks Schelotto to take big pay cut by Soccer America
Cristiano Ronaldo gets green light by Soccer America
Red Bull candidates by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Nov 17, 2009 
World Cup Favorite: Spain or Brazil? by Soccer America
Galaxy center backs: The vet & the rookie by Soccer America
Garber sees Montreal as possible 19th MLS team by Soccer America
Japan wants vuvuzelas banned by Soccer America
Freddie Ljungberg's pros and cons by Soccer America
U.S. Soccer's 2010 World Cup ticket plan by Soccer America
Warner lavishes praise on Australia World Cup bid by Soccer America
Scotland dismisses Burley as national team coach by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Nov 16, 2009 
Brazil's win over England bodes well by Soccer America
Mexican striker dies by Soccer America
The rise of Real Salt Lake by Soccer America
Preki to Toronto? by Soccer America
Spot-on Donovan by Soccer America
Chivas Guadalajara misses playoffs by Soccer America
Van Persie hopes to be back in six weeks by Soccer America
FIFA hands Maradona two-month ban by Soccer America
Low expectations for $335 million by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Nov 13, 2009 
Dynamo Banking on Experience in LA by Soccer America
FIFA to Stop Regulating Transfers? by Soccer America
The Intense Egypt-Algeria Rivalry by Soccer America
England Says No To Rangers and Celtic, Again by Soccer America
Spurs Keeper Breaks Wrists in Motorcycle Accident by Soccer America
Preki and Chivas Reach Mutual Split by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, Nov 12, 2009 
Chicago Energized by Playoff Buzz by Soccer America
Ferguson Suspended for Picking On Ref's Fitness by Soccer America
UEFA Compiles Team to Monitor Clubs' Finances by Soccer America
Jones Unlikely to Play in 2009 by Soccer America
Enke's Depression, Suicide and Grief by Soccer America
Second Division Rayo Vallencano Slays Athletic Bilboa by Soccer America
Chelsea's Bosingwa Out Three Months by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Nov 11, 2009 
Real Salt Lake Lures New Investor by Soccer America
Robinho Wants Early Exit from Man City by Soccer America
McCarty a 'Top Priority' Signing for FC Dallas by Soccer America
Arena Named MLS Coach of the Year by Soccer America
Bornstein's 2009 Growing Pains by Soccer America
Earthquakes Look to Build on Late 2009 Success by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Nov 10, 2009 
Vermes to Keep Wizards' Head Coaching Job by Soccer America
Former USL-1 Clubs Form New League for 2010 by Soccer America
Hackworth Reunites with Nowak in Philly by Soccer America
Former Richmond Kickers Star Aiming for World Cup by Soccer America
Brazil's Friendlies Follow the Money by Soccer America
Manchester United Is Best-Supported Club by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Nov 09, 2009 
'Big Brawl' Frustrates Ljungberg and Seattle by Soccer America
Ching's Volley 'Sweet' for Dynamo by Soccer America
New England Falls to Nemesis Fire, Again by Soccer America
Rapids Still Raging About Missing Playoffs by Soccer America
Beckham's Duty to England on Hold by Soccer America
'Absolutely Ridiculous' Refereeing, Says Ferguson by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Nov 06, 2009 
Deco Ups Ante Ahead of Chelsea-Man U Clash by Soccer America
Real Salt Lake Answers Adversity by Soccer America
Joseph Valuable Anywhere on the Field for Revs by Soccer America
Chelsea's Transfer Ban Lifted Until Court Hearing by Soccer America
Parreira Aims to Build South Africa's Fitness, Momentum by Soccer America
Ronaldo Out Longer Than Expected by Soccer America
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