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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Jan. 29, 2010
Carol Pogash reports on how difficult it is to build soccer fields for children in her look at the "nasty turf wars" in the San Francisco Bay Area. The Audubon Society, the Sierra Club and other organizations argue that the conversion of four grass fields to artificial turf in San ... Read the whole story
Midway Cos., the Houston-based developer of City Centre mall, has plans for MLS's Houston Dynamo to build a soccer stadium on private land near the Galleria in southwest Houston: a 21,000-seat soccer stadium and concert arena as part of a multi-use project on 30 acres the company owns. Efforts to ... Read the whole story
The San Jose Earthquakes will finally have their own training center, a $1.2 million facility with a grass field, located next to the proposed site of their soccer stadium across from Mineta San Jose International Airport. The Quakes spent the past two seasons training at sites at Santa Clara University ... Read the whole story
Manchester United's Rio Ferdinand had his suspension extended from three games to four for striking Hull's Craig Fagan in Saturday's English Premier League when the FA's Independent Commission deemed his denial of the charge to be frivolous. Nonetheless, United is considering another appeal, even though that could mean Ferdinand is ... Read the whole story
Manchester City's unhappy Brazilian star Robinho is joining his former club Santos on a six-month loan. Santos will assume Robinho's contract, including his wages and bonuses - although he has agreed to a reduction - until the loan ends on Aug. 4. The 26-year-old forward scored his first goal of ... Read the whole story
England, which faces the USA in its 2010 World Cup opener, will play the USA's archrival, Mexico, at Wembley in its penultimate friendly before the World Cup. Mexico will embark on its European tour, which includes games against the Netherlands and Italy, after playing six games in the USA and ... Read the whole story


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