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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, March 22, 2010
Carol Slezak writes that if Carlos de los Cobos heard the words once from his dad, he heard them a few dozen times: Son, the future of soccer is in the USA, and one day your career will take you there. The Mexican De Los Cobos is now six weeks ... Read the whole story
Columnist George Vecsey, who witnessed the grand opening of the Red Bull Arena, writes that the only slight blemish for New Yorkers who know that our region has long been the center of the universe has been exorcised: "We have a soccer stadium -- a small stadium, to be sure, ... Read the whole story
Kulula, a South African budget airline known for funny and colorful ads, was told by FIFA that it infringed its 2010 World Cup trademark by calling itself "Unofficial National Carrier of the You-Know-What." Read the whole story
Lorenz-Gunther Kostner, coach of German Bundesliga defending champ Wolfsburg, pleaded for "a little bit of understanding'' after his team was routed thrashed 5-1 by rock-bottom Hertha Berlin. Read the whole story
Luis Fernandez, who starred in France's midfield in the 1980s and was a member of its 1984 European Championship-winng team, has been named Israel's national team coach. Read the whole story
Argentina's biggest game -- Boca Juniors vs. River Plate -- was suspended last weekend after 10 minutes because of torrential rain that made La Bombonera's field unplayable. Read the whole story


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