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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Saturday, Jan. 23, 2010
Stuart Holden's search for a British club may be over. The Scottish-born U.S. international impressed new Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle in a short trial and is to be offered a contract through the end of the 2010 EPL season. Holden has been linked to clubs in England, Scotland and ... Read the whole story
Wei Di, the former director of the China Water Sports Administrative Center (GASC), is the new head of the Chinese Football Association (CFA) following the ouster of Nan Yong, the former head, and Yang Yimin, one of the vice presidents, after they were taken in for questioning in connection with ... Read the whole story
The city of Portland and Merritt Paulson, owner of the 2011 MLS expansion team in Portland, have reached a proposed final agreement to reconfigure PGE Park and turn it into a soccer stadium. The agreement is expected to be approved by the Portland City Council next week. Paulson and his ... Read the whole story
After his freshman year at Indiana, when he was named the Soccer America Freshman of the Year, former Dallas Texans star Lee Nguyen signed with Dutch giant PSV. Now 23, he wanted to return home after stints with PSV, Randers FC in Denmark and Hoang Anh Gia Lai in Vietnam, ... Read the whole story
Tom Glick, Derby County's American chief executive, blasted a report that the English second division club is for sale and must sell its top players by the end of the month. Detroit-based General Sports & Entertainment Group heads the international consortium that bought Derby two years ago and has worked ... Read the whole story
Cameroon struggled to reach the quarterfinals of the Africa Cup of Nations, increasing the pressure on French coach Paul Le Guen, who only months earlier was hailed for leading the Lions from last place to first in their World Cup qualifying group. Cameroon drew with Tunisia, 2-2, on Thursday to ... Read the whole story


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