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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2010
Seattle Sounders fans can breathe easier. Swedish star Freddie Ljungberg will report for training on Monday, ready to play a season season. A miscommunication between Sounders FC general manager Adrian Hanauer and Claes Elefalk, Ljungberg's agent, led to a misunderstanding about when the Swede would report to camp and fueled ... Read the whole story
It's an odd coincidence that Ruud Gullit blamed disinterest for his short, unhappy tenure at MLS's Los Angeles Galaxy in 2008, yet the former Dutch great will be working for ESPN at the World Cup. An even more bizarre coincidence: Gullit will be paired with his Galaxy boss, Alexi Lalas. ... Read the whole story
Cast as one of only two survivors in the basement of a collapsed supermarket, Eric Cantona did the thespian equivalent of taking a penalty in his first pro match. But the former Manchester United and France star pulled it off, in a credible performance as Max the embittered accountant in ... Read the whole story
Mexico City police are looking for two men in connection with the shooting of Club America star Salvador Cabanas, who is in a serious but stable condition after being shot in the head inside a Mexico City bar early Monday morning. The suspects are Sinaloan Jose J. Balderas Garza, nicknamed ... Read the whole story
Egyptian authorities have moved to tone down the rhetoric in the buildup to Thursday's Egypt-Algeria semifinal at the Africa Cup of Nations, a rematch of last fall's World Cup qualifying matches that sparked rioting in Egypt and Algeria. Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Abul Gheit and his Algerian counterpart are working ... Read the whole story


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