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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Everything has moved quickly for Diego Fagundez. Signed last fall as a 15-year-old to a homegrown contract, Fagundez first got a chance to train with the New England Revolution over Easter vacation. And after three days, Revs coach Steve Nicol decided the Uruguayan-born midfielder was ready to travel with the ... Read the whole story
Rafael Leonardo Callejas, president of the Honduran soccer federation, confirmed that D.C. United's Andy Najar, the 2010 MLS Rookie of the Year, is on the short list of 30 players Honduras sent to Concacaf for the 2011 Gold Cup, which will be held in June. Read the whole story
The tribute for longtime Portland Timbers fan Gisele Currier, who died recently at the age of 55, shows just how strong the Timbers Army community is. Read the whole story
"I think we're as good as anybody else in this league," said Seattle Sounders coach Sigi Schmid, whose team takes a six-game unbeaten streak into Wednesday evening's game with D.C. United. "I've always felt that and I've always believed in the team that we put out there. Read the whole story


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