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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Jason Davis explains that the saying "Everything's bigger in Texas" doesn't apply to the crowds at FC Dallas games in Frisco -- and the club is becoming an embarrassment to the league. Read the whole story
One of the most exciting young players to be developed in the U.S. youth system is 18-year-old Californian Michael Hoyos, who is playing for 2009 Libertadores Cup champion Estudiantes. Read the whole story
World Cup sponsor McDonald's won't be supplying food at World Cup stadiums and fan parks around South Africa during the tournament. It's chosen to instead focus its sales efforts on its 132 restaurants in South Africa, where it hopes to get a sales boost of as high as 35 percent ... Read the whole story
Former England star Paul Gascoigne has been charged with drunk driving in the latest alcohol-related problem to hit the troubled England football legend. Read the whole story
Big Soccer's Bill Archer points out that seven of MLS's 16 head coaches this season played in the league during its inaugural 1996 season ... Read the whole story


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