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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, March 18, 2010
Peter Wilt, the former Chicago Fire president and general manager, proposes solutions to the MLS labor strife and outlines the details of the dispute that threatens to lead to a players strike. Wilt says there are reportedly three main issues that the players are seeking concessions on: free agency, guaranteed ... Read the whole story
More trouble for John Terry: The English star accidentally struck a Chelsea security official with his car while trying to exit Stamford Bridge Tuesday night after the Blues' 1-0 loss to Inter Milan in the Champions League. The 35-year-old Steve Rowley suffered a badly bruised leg. Read the whole story
International stars Alicia Keys, Shakira, Black Eyed Peas and John Legend will headline a three-hour World Cup concert at the renovated Orlando Stadium in the Johannesburg township of Soweto on June 10, the eve of the start of the tournament. Read the whole story
The San Jose City Council approved the rezoning of a 94-acre site near San Jose airport in order for MLS's Earthquakes to build an 18,000-seat stadium. Mayor Chuck Reed said the stadium was part of the city's goal to become a regional center for professional sports. Read the whole story
Former Crystal Palace and QPR manager Iain Dowie has been named Hull City's new manager, replacing Phil Brown on a short-term contract until the end of the season. He is hardly the big-name manager Hull fans were hoping for, but Hull chairman Adam Pearson joked that Jose Mourinho wasn't available. Read the whole story


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