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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, April 21, 2010
The World Cup on English-language television has come a long way over the last quarter century. As recently as the 1986 World Cup, less than half the games were available on English-language television. When the 2010 World Cup kicks off on June 11, ESPN2 will go all-soccer for 24 hours ... Read the whole story
Unable to practice in Port-au-Prince since the Jan. 12 earthquake that killed as many as 250,000 people, the Haitian national team is in Texas training for its May 5 friendly at Argentina. "I eat well here. I sleep well," forward Charles Herold Jr. said. “But I cannot help but think ... Read the whole story
Frenchman Leandre Griffit is in his fifth week of practice with Columbus and has reached a contract agreement with the Crew and MLS. Griffit, 25, who played seven games during 2 1/2 seasons with Southampton of the English Premier League in 2003-05, is an attacking midfielder. Read the whole story
American Patrick McGrann is organizing a World Cup of all his own, a 16-team tournament that he hopes will bring some normalcy to Gaza, the besieged strip of land, where 1.6 million Palestinians live. Read the whole story
Philadelphia Union defender Danny Califf, one of the team's most experienced players, was red-carded after elbowing Toronto's Julian de Guzman in the neck. Read the whole story


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