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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Sept. 20, 2010
Since he paid his own way to England early a decade ago in pursuit of a pro career, Wisconsin native and U.S. defender Jay DeMerit has thought about playing in MLS one day. That day might come soon. Read the whole story
Former U.S. international Tony Sanneh arrived in Pakistan on Thursday along with other former soccer players from Germany and New Zealand to help flood victims. Read the whole story
A dispute over a $13 cab fare sparked the incident that led to the arrest of former Australian national team captain Craig Moore by Dubai police, with which he had an altercation. Read the whole story
Shinji Kagawa, the 21-year-old offensive midfielder who joined Germany's Borussia Dortmund from Japan's second division, said before last weekend's clash with Schalke 04: "We will win and I will score two goals." Read the whole story
American fans remember Asamoah Gyan from the World Cup; they may not know the powerful Ghanaian forward who scored the goal that eliminated the U.S. in the round of 16 parlayed his performance into a $20.4 million transfer to Premier League Sunderland. Read the whole story


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