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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Barcelona's Lionel Messi has overtaken David Beckham as the richest player in the world, earning $41 million in salary, bonuses and endorsements, according to France Football. More than $25 million in Messi's earnings came from endorsements with such companies as adidas, Pepsi-Cola and Gillette. Read the whole story
MLS has completed new stadiums or has made progress on stadium projects in most key markets. The notable exception: Washington, D.C. And MLS Commissioner Don Garber isn't happy. Read the whole story
Tim Staub reports on Real Salt Lake's innovative move to attract young fans to Rio Tinto Stadium by offering $75 punch cards ($5/game) to the students of BYU, Utah and Utah Valley. The students will be placed with Barra Real, a supporters section on the south end of the field. Read the whole story
In need of midfield help after losing Steve Ralston to AC St. Louis and trading Jeff Larentowicz to the Colorado Rapids, the New England Revolution is close to signing Serbian attacking midfielder Marko Perovic. Read the whole story
Chicago Fire technical director Frank Klopas on denied that veteran goalkeeper Jon Busch was a casualty of cost-cutting of the new Collective Bargaining Agreement, and added that the team had long intended on promoting backup Andrew Dykstra to the No. 1 spot. Read the whole story

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