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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2010
St. Lucia national team striker Isidore Philip Tisson was gunned down execution-style Sunday night in Brooklyn hours after he had scored the winning goal to lead a team representing St. Lucia to the final of the annual Digicel Caribbean Cup. Read the whole story
While the transfer window has closed in England, scores of free agents are hopeful that they might get a shot at being picked up by a club. Among them is U.S. national team defender Jay DeMerit, who left League Championship team Watford after six seasons. Read the whole story
Major League Soccer's ground-breaking ticket sales school, a 45-day training program dubbed the MLS National Sales Center, held its first graduation, and 10 trainees moved on to jobs with seven clubs. Read the whole story
UEFA's impending rules that will force big clubs to live within their means have resulted in a massive cutback in spending on the transfer market -- upward of 40 percent -- but an expert from the consultancy firm Deloitte said higher revenues are also needed. Read the whole story
Like many of the World Cup coaches, the tenure of Fabio Capello had seemed done once England went out in the round of 16. Read the whole story

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