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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Jan. 11, 2010
The New York Red Bulls are about as nonsensical as it gets in MLS. They're set to open a $250 million stadium in the middle of a Brazilian/Portuguese community yet placed their fate in the hands of a Norwegian (GM Eric Soler) and Swede (Coach Hans Backe). History is not ... Read the whole story
Argentine Lionel Messi's isn't going to easily give up his crown as the world's best player. The 2009 FIFA World Player of the Year and Golden Ball winner scored a brilliant hat trick to give defending champion Barcelona a 5-0 win at Tenerife on Sunday and maintain its two-point lead ... Read the whole story
DaMarcus Beasley has company on Rangers' injury list. The Scottish Premier League leaders' 3-3 tie with Hamilton in the Scottish Cup proved to be costly as top scorer Kris Boyd and Steven Davis were both injured in the game. They joined Beasley, Pedro Mendes, Nacho Novo and Steven Naismith, who ... Read the whole story
With Danny Mwanga of Oregon State projected to be taken by the Philadelphia Independence as the No. 1 pick in Thursday's MLS SuperDraft, the attention is now focused on who will be the No. 2 pick held by New York. Virginia's Tony Tchani and Wake Forest's Ike Opara, both of ... Read the whole story
Paul Hayward looks at the wider implications of the attack on Togo's team bus. "This incident chills the bone partly because Togo's players were not enemies of the separatists. They were fired at simply because they committed the error of driving through a dangerous region and so happened to present ... Read the whole story
Injured forward Charlie Davies visited the U.S. team at its hotel near training camp as he recuperates from injuries sustained in a car crash last October. The 23-year-old broke several bones, including two in his right leg, and injured his bladder last Oct. 13 during the car accident in the ... Read the whole story


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