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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2010
Ives Galarcep visited with U.S. striker Charlie Davies, who sustained multiple serious injuries (a broken right femur and tibia, a broken left elbow, facial fractures and a lacerated bladder) in a car accident last October -- and reports that the 23-year-old's rehabilitation is going remarkably well. Davies has undergone six ... Read the whole story
The Seattle Sounders opened training camp for its second MLS season without one Freddie (Ljungberg) but with another Fredy (Montero) on hand Monday at Starfire Sports Complex. Ljungberg is exploring options in Europe, according to Coach Sigi Schmid, who expects the Swede back. "Exactly when the date is that he ... Read the whole story
The United States is one of seven bidders to host the 2018 World Cup, but FIFA president Sepp Blatter talked on Monday about a plan to limit bids to the four European bidders. "From what I've discussed with the president of UEFA, Michel Platini, in the last few days in ... Read the whole story
South America's prestigious Libertadores Cup kicks of this week with the qualifying phase, but some teams will be missing key players. Nolberto Solano scored the penalty kick that iced a record 25th Peruvian title for Universitario and ensured the its Libertadores spot. But Solano signed for English lower division club ... Read the whole story
Manuel Garcia Quillon, Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez's agent, ruled out a move to Juventus, which is on the verge of firing Coach Ciro Ferrera. "Benítez to Juventus? In football you never know," Quillon said. "Right now, that hypothesis is not correct because he is a very important figure [at Anfield]. ... Read the whole story
U.S. international Aly Wagner, who won gold medals in women's soccer at the 2004 and 2008 Olympics, has announced her retirement because of injuries. In recent years, she underwent sports hernia surgery, suffered from torn cartilage in a hip joint and arthritis in the pubic joint. "I mentally knew I ... Read the whole story


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