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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2009
Steve Davis ponders the possibility of MLS allowing teams the right to a second Designated Player in his piece, "Is a big-market, small-market divide ahead?" The so-called Beckham Rule was the league's high-stakes experiment that permitted teams to pay extravagantly for one marquee highlight-maker, with only a portion of his ... Read the whole story
Upon the hiring of Curt Onalfo to replace Tom Soehn as D.C. United head coach after the club missed the playoffs for two straight seasons, club president Kevin Payne said, "Having played and coached here, Curt understands the culture of D.C. United." Onalfo, 40, was a reserve midfielder-defender for United ... Read the whole story
Because Carlos Kameni, Espanyol's Cameroonian goalkeeper, returned late from Christmas break and missed Monday's practice, he has been ordered to buy a round of drinks for his team. Kameni, who had problems with a connecting flight, will have to make up for missing training with an individual session. "He'll have ... Read the whole story
Manchester United has told its Dutch goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar to take as much time off as he needs after his wife had a brain hemorrhage. Annemarie van Kesteren has been described as doing "very poorly" and has been hospitalized in the Netherlands since collapsing on Dec. 23. Coach ... Read the whole story
New Manchester City coach Roberto Mancini, who initially said the team's goal this season was Chanmpions League qualification, said after a 3-0 win over Wolverhampton that his club can win the Premier League title. Sixth-place Man City is 10 points behind leader Chelsea with a game in hand. Man City's ... Read the whole story


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