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Section 2 Around the Net Editions for January 2010
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Jan 20, 2010 
Soccer will be Haiti's best therapy by Soccer America
MLS stadium part of Kansas development boom by Soccer America
Tevez proves Man. United wrong by Soccer America
English soccer set to go backward by Soccer America
Maradona calls in nine newcomers by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Jan 19, 2010 
Dempsey hoping to recover for World Cup by Soccer America
Ricardo Clark signing with Eintracht Frankfurt by Soccer America
Bolton passes on Stuart Holden by Soccer America
Bocanegra leaving Rennes? by Soccer America
World Cup tickets selling slowly in Germany by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Jan 18, 2010 
Will England's Lions turn into lambs? by Soccer America
Quebec Hall of Famer dies in Haiti earthquake by Soccer America
On Messi, Donovan and Robinho by Soccer America
Spanish teen star scores again by Soccer America
Ghana concerned over Essien injury by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Sunday, Jan 17, 2010 
Donovan gets good reviews after Everton win by Soccer America
Egypt's Pharoahs are proud of their record by Soccer America
Mysterious shakeup at unsettled Sol by Soccer America
'End it like Beckham' headlines are premature by Soccer America
Reflections on U.S. soccer in Haiti by Soccer America
Orozco headed to MLS? by Soccer America
Liverpool still united, says boss by Soccer America
New Chicago coach on U.S. players by Soccer America
Stanford reunion at Gold Pride by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Jan 15, 2010 
Rapids owner one of sports' most powerful figures by Soccer America
Mexican season particularly unpredictable by Soccer America
Bolton pondering Stuart Holden signing by Soccer America
MLS's first father-son duo by Soccer America
Liverpool boss apologizes by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, Jan 14, 2010 
Jozy Altidore's plea for help for Haiti by Soccer America
Estudiantes Tecos and Monterrey book Libertadores tickets by Soccer America
Van Den Bergh's future in flux by Soccer America
Crowds flock to Bundesliga games by Soccer America
Italian makes West Ham bid by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Jan 13, 2010 
AC St. Louis coach Claude Anelka's dubious past by Soccer America
Altidore makes plea for Haitian earthquake relief by Soccer America
Holden begins training at Bolton by Soccer America
MLS labor negotiations cast shadow by Soccer America
Bolivian wonderkid impresses at Arsenal by Soccer America
Sol Campbell headed back to Gunners by Soccer America
Key questions surrounding Manchester United's debt by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Jan 12, 2010 
Chicago's coach pick promising on several fronts by Soccer America
Liverpool co-owner's son quits over profanity-laced e-mail by Soccer America
Arrests made in Togo bus attack by Soccer America
Donovan's World Cup warning to England by Soccer America
American abroad memories: Vermes and Trittschuh by Soccer America
Another Argentine hat trick: Tevez by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Jan 11, 2010 
Have Red Bulls blundered with grumpy old man in charge? by Soccer America
Messi shows off his magic by Soccer America
Short-handed Rangers lose two more players with injuries by Soccer America
All-Combine Day 1 team by Soccer America
The implications of the Togo bus attack by Soccer America
Charlie Davies visits teammates by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Sunday, Jan 10, 2010 
Donovan's Everton frustrates Arsenal in the snow by Soccer America
Togo government orders Sparrow Hawks to leave by Soccer America
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