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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Aug. 30, 2010
Adidas upped its sponsorship deal with MLS bet to $200 million, reports Tripp Mickle, who writes that the deal is worth $25 million annually, representing a 66 percent increase per year from Adidas’ 10-year, $150 million agreement signed in 2004. Read the whole story
Three-time U.S. World Cup veteran DaMarcus Beasley has signed a two-year contract with the German first division club Hannover 96, where he joins U.S. teammate Steve Cherundolo, the Hannover 96 captain. Read the whole story
According to a source, U.S. Soccer President Sunil Gulati met with former German national team coach Juergen Klinsmann about the U.S. national team coaching position Klinsmann turned down in 2006 and Gulati then gave to Bob Bradley. Read the whole story
Real Madrid, which is without injured Kaka through December, will miss Cristiano Ronaldo for three weeks. The Portuguese winger injured his ankle in Real Madrid's Spanish La Liga opener, the 0-0 tie with Mallorca. Read the whole story
Japan has named Italian Alberto Zaccheroni its new national team coach. The 57-year-old reportedly signed a two-year contract worth 2.36 million dollars with a two-year option. Read the whole story


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