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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, April 27, 2010
The Los Angeles Galaxy's David Beckham said his recovery from an Achilles' tendon injury is taking longer than expected and that he won't be able to play soccer again until November. Read the whole story
David Beckham remains soccer's highest earning player, according to Forbes. Of the $40 million he earned in 2009, nearly $33 million came from endorsements. But the fading star may soon be replaced at the top of the list. Cristiano Ronaldo, ranked second behind Beckham in earnings last year with $30 ... Read the whole story
Shalrie Joseph, an invaluable player for the New England Revolution since 2003, has left the club indefinitely Read the whole story
Martin Rogers writes that U.S. coach Bob Bradley should be concerned about Jozy Altidore, the USA's first choice forward who last weekend headbutted an opponent and will be banned for the remainder of the English Premier League season. Read the whole story
The New York Red Bulls announced a crowd of 15,619 at its new stadium for last weekend's game against Philadelphia. That was a bit disappointing for what is hoped to be an exciting Northeast rivalry. "They told me a week ago there would be around 5,000 fans from Philadelphia," Bulls ... Read the whole story
Toronto FC general Mo Johnston told the National Post "There will be legal action taken" -- without specifying the action -- in response to former interim head coach Chris Cummins' criticisms of Johnston and the club. Cummins was most irked about what he perceived to be interference with the club ... Read the whole story


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