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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2009
While Barcelona in Abu Dhabi, winning the Club World Cup, Real Madrid was wrapping up the pre-Christmas La Liga campaign with a 6-0 win over Real Zaragoza. It was a brilliant performance by the Merengues, who finally showed the form expected of them when they went out and bought Cristiano ... Read the whole story
Following Barcelona's 2-1 win over Estudiantes in the final of the Club World Cup that gave it its sixth trophy of the season, Coach Pep Guardiola broke down in tears. He's exhausted and considering quitting at the end of the season when his current contract expires. Guardiola has been on ... Read the whole story
Leonel Alvarez, one of the original stars of MLS dating back to its inaugural season, had a sensational debut season as a head coach, leading Independiente Medellin to Colombia's Torneo Clausura title with a 3-2 win on aggregate over Atletico Huila in the final. Alvarez, who spent five seasons in ... Read the whole story
Europe's top clubs are lining up to get a shot at 16-year-old Belgian Romelo Lukaku, Europe's latest teen sensation. Chelsea, Real Madrid and AC Milan are among the clubs in the battle for the 6-foot-3 Lukaku, dubbed the new Didier Drogba. He scored twice for the Brussels club in the ... Read the whole story
Craig Levein met with Scottish Football Association on Monday to finalize his role as Scotland's new national team coach. The 45-year-old Levein, who has been managing Dundee United, wanted greater authority over the development of Scottish soccer. He was the top candidate to replace George Burley, who was fired in ... Read the whole story

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