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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, March 21, 2011
Maria Alejandra Espinoza, who pleaded guilty last November to involuntary manslaughter and maiming while driving intoxicated in the 2009 car crash that killed Ashley Roberta, her best friend, and seriously injured U.S. national team star Charlie Davies, was sentenced to two years in Federal prison on Friday. Read the whole story
How crazy are soccer fans about the arrival of the MLS Timbers in Portland? A line of fans trying to gain entrance to the 600-seat Bagdad Theater and watch the broadcast of the Timbers' debut match at Colorado stretched three blocks. And it wasn't the only place in town to ... Read the whole story
FIFA President Sepp Blatter and Qatari Mohamed bin Hammam are in Paris to seek support from UEFA's 53 members assembled for the UEFA Congress, the first major soccer event since bin Hammam, president of the Asian Football Confederation, announced his bid to end Blatter's 13-year hold on the FIFA presidency. Read the whole story
A deal that had been stagnated for several weeks sputtered to a halt when the Timbers announced their attempt to sign former Arsenal defender Kerrea Gilbert had been halted. Read the whole story
Disagreement with Coach Sigi Schmid, and not a training-field incident as had been suspected, prompted the Sounders to terminate their deal with Swiss forward Blaise Nkufo shortly before Seattle's season opener last Tuesday. Read the whole story
Brittany Norwood, a former women's soccer standout at Stony Brook University, has been charged with murder in the violent death of a co-worker that rocked the affluent Washington suburb of Bethesda, Md. Read the whole story


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