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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, July 20, 2010
The English FA, which held talks last week with Coach Fabio Capello in the wake of England's disappointing World Cup showing, announced its rebuilding plan includes calling up a new generation of young England stars, order them to play like Spain, and groom a group of top ex-players into coaching ... Read the whole story
A group of executives for Atlanta-based companies are embracing soccer to improve Atlanta's image as a global city. A "soccer cabinet," led by Aaron's CEO Robin Loudermilk, is studying ways that soccer can help the city grow economically and socially. Their motto: "Soccer is good for Atlanta, and Atlanta is ... Read the whole story
Any Spurs fan inspired by droning vuvuzuelas at the World Cup had best not bring one to White Hart Lane this season. Read the whole story
New Zealand midfielder Andy Barron, who played the last four minutes of a 1-1 tie with Italy and was the only amateur at the 2010 World Cup, has retired to focus on his full-time banking job. Read the whole story
Academies are all the rage in England, yet clubs are still searching for the right formula of schooling and training to meet academic demands and still groom young players for possible advancement. Read the whole story


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