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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Aug. 31, 2010
Bob Bradley is sure to face the scorn on those critics who don't believe he deserves to be U.S. national team coach for four more years. Read the whole story
Aston Villa may be owned by an American, and employ several American players, but it didn't believe in an American coach. A lack of Premier League experience apparently prompted the club to pass over Bob Bradley as a candidate for its coaching vacancy and the point became moot when Bradley ... Read the whole story
Kansas City Wizards coach Peter Vermes faces an arraignment date of Nov. 9 after he was arrested for driving under the influence. Read the whole story
Canada returns to Toronto's BMO Field for the first time in almost two years when it faces Peru Saturday and then heads to Montreal to play Honduras on Sept. 7. Paul Stalteri will break Randy Samuel's record of 82 caps if he plays in both games for Canada, but much ... Read the whole story
After losing its first two Bundesliga matches, German club Schalke 04 made a transfer deadline-day swoop for three players: Dutch striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar from AC Milan, Atletico Madrid midfielder Jose Manuel Jurado and Lille defender Nicolas Plestan. Read the whole story


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