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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Joe Favorito, a longtime sports and entertainment communications, marketing and branding consultant, hails the MLS labor settlement and sees a bright future for soccer in the USA. Read the whole story
Steven Goff reports that just five-plus months since being severely injured in an auto accident near U.S. national team forward Charlie Davies began light jogging Monday with his French club, Sochaux. He will continue to work with a physiotherapist for two to four weeks, and if all goes well, participate ... Read the whole story
Chinese club Changchun Yatai has denied watering its field to turn it into an "ice rink" for its Asian Champions League game against South Korea's Jeonbuk Motors on Wednesday. The northeast China city is one of the country's coldest. Read the whole story
In the latest update on fears that fans aren't lining up to attend this summer's World Cup in South Africa, Mike Cohen reports that three months before the June 11 kickoff, about 100,000 international air tickets have been sold, the international visitor estimate has been cut to 350,000 from 450,000, ... Read the whole story
English FAchief executive Ian Watmore has resigned. Watmore, 51, who came to the FA from the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills, was appointed in February 2009 but joined in June. Read the whole story


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