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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Dec. 21, 2009
Landon Donovan's loan move to Everton barely registered in the voluminous coverage English papers devote to soccer each day, underscoring the 27-year-old American's lack of star appeal abroad. As Gabriele Marcotti notes, Donovan failed twice in two stints in Germany and has rarely shined on the international stage. Success for ... Read the whole story
Everton, which signed Landon Donovan on loan from the Los Angeles Galaxy, is a club in trouble. It has slumped to a tie for 15th place in the English Premier League, only two points out of the relegation zone, and its has eight players injured and two headed to the ... Read the whole story
U.S. international Stuart Holden has a lot of thinking to do. Re-sign with MLS's Houston Dynamo. Return to his native Scotland. Or look to move to England. He has been offered four-year deal by the EPL's Blackburn Rovers. The sun quotes the 24-year-old Holden as saying, ""This is a big ... Read the whole story
Mark Hughes' ouster at Manchester City raises the question who's calling the shots at the English club. It brought the spotlight on the role of Brian Marwood, an unofficial adviser to the club's owner, Abu Dhabi United. Like chief executive Garry Cook, Marwood worked at Nike and was brought in ... Read the whole story
Italian giant Juventus lost its third straight game and first to Catania in 45 years when it fell, 2-1, at home on Sunday. It could be in big trouble with Italian authorities after fans repeated racist chants of "There are no black Italians" that led to a stadium ban last ... Read the whole story
Hugo Sanchez has been fired again, this time by Spanish club Almeria. The Mexican was informed of the decision after Almeria's 2-0 loss to Espanyol on Sunday in La Liga left the Andalusian team with just four points in its last eight games and just one point above the relegation ... Read the whole story


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