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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, March 29, 2010
Schalke 04 wanted desperately to offload Kevin Kuranyi in the winter break. He hasn't played for Germany since storming off at halftime in October 2008, when he hadn't been picked to play against Russia. But last weekend the 28-year-old scored his 16th and 17th goals of the season to help ... Read the whole story
Needless to say, the debut of mlssoccer.com, MLS's new website launched at considerable expense, hasn't gone over well. Like all web site redesigns, mlssoccer.com has bugs. Problem is, that's only the beginning of the problems with the site. Read the whole story
English FA chairman David Triesman insists that the Football Association will never hand over control of the England's national team program to the professional game and denied that the Premier League was now more powerful than the FA. His statements come in the wake of Ian Watmore's resignation as chief ... Read the whole story
Defending MLS champ Real Salt Lake started its 2010 campaign with a 3-0 win at San Jose -- which marked the first time in the club's six-year history that it won its season opener. Moreover, RSL was a miserable 0-4-1 and had been outscored 14-1 in road openers. Read the whole story
Bayern Munich not only lost its Bundesliga lead with a 2-1 loss to VfB Stuttgart, its Dutch attacker Arjen Robben suffered a calf injury that could keep him out of Tuesday's Champions League quarterfinal clash with Manchester United. Read the whole story


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