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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Sept. 27, 2010
The new wunderkind of the German Bundesliga, 20-year-old Mainz midfielder Lewis Holtby, has committed himself to the German national team even though his father, Chris, is an English serviceman who has spent most of his career in the British military based in Germany. Read the whole story
Though neither team fielded its best lineup, New York's convincing 2-0 vanquishing of the Galaxy Friday night at Home Depot Center clouded somewhat the question of which is the better team. Read the whole story
Defending league champion Real Salt Lake has translated its success to the best regular-season record in its history and increased crowds at Rio Tinto Stadium. Read the whole story
Bayern Munich coach Louis van Gaal says his team's slow start is a result of his players nursing a collective hangover after their exploits at the World Cup. The 2009-10 Bundesliga champ and Champions League runner-up are in ninth place having earned only eight points in six games and sit ... Read the whole story
Being bought for $50 million and commanding a seven-figure salary to play for one of the world's greatest clubs does not a happy player make, according to Dimitar Berbatov. Read the whole story
An ankle injury suffered in a 2-2 tie at Bolton will prevent Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney from traveling with the squad for its Champions' League match with Valencia Wednesday. Winger Ryan Giggs is also on the injured list. Read the whole story


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