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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Sept. 17, 2010
Julian Posada, founder of Cafe Media with more than 20 years of media and entertainment experience in Chicago's Hispanic market, is the new president of MLS's Chicago Fire, replacing Dave Greeley, who resigned in August. Read the whole story
Joshua Mayers reports that the Seattle Sounders' list on the league's weekly injury report has been one of the longest and notes that Seattle is also one of the few teams left in MLS that plays on an artificial turf. Read the whole story
Chilean Harold Mayne-Nicholls, the head of FIFA's inspection team, put a damper on Qatari hopes to land the 2022 World Cup finals when he said the tiny Gulf nation "would pose a number of logistical challenges." Read the whole story
After scoring one of his two goals in a 4-1 Chelsea defeat of MSK Zilina, striker Nicolas Anelka took a parting shot at the French soccer federation (FFF) by striking a pose with his  wrists crossed as if he was handcuffed. Read the whole story
Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger has resisted taking his team on profitable and brand-enhancing preseason tours of the USA and the Far East that are popular among major clubs. But reports from the club's annual shareholder meeting indicate that Wenger is acquiescing. Read the whole story


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