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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, April 20, 2011
The domination of Barcelona and Real Madrid -- 1-2 in La Liga, finalists for the Copa del Rey and Spain's representatives in the semifinals of the UEFA Champions League -- comes down to one thing: television money. Read the whole story
How big a deal was the Portland Timbers' MLS home opener against Chicago. Last Thursday's game telecast by ESPN2 against the Fire drew a 2.8 metered market rating, 14 times the national average of .2. Read the whole story
The reason for the exodus of Colombian players to MLS is answered in part by the poor economic conditions they face at home. Champion Once Caldas, coached by former MLS coach Juan Carlos Osorio, owes its players $600,000 in wages and social security payments and has been given a week ... Read the whole story
At training Tuesday, Los Angeles Galaxy head coach Bruce Arena confirmed that Brazilian centerback Leonardo is probably out for the season with a knee injury. Read the whole story


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