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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, May 26, 2011
Just 71 days after an operation to remove a tumor on his liver, Barcelona's Eric Abidal is fit enough to play in Saturday's Champions League final against Manchester United. Ian Chadband describes how the French defender broke the news of his impending surgery to teammates: Read the whole story
While Sporting Kansas City's Teal Bunbury looks for goals in his second MLS season his sister, Kylie, who is 13 months older, works in Hollywood. Read the whole story
Included in the massive media buildup to Saturday's Champions League final are reports that Manchester United's Korean midfielder Park Ji-Sung drank "frog juice" as a child because his father believed it would make him strong. Read the whole story
Assuming he's not transferred to another club during the summer signing window, U.S. midfielder Clint Dempsey will return to the Europa League with Fulham next season. UEFA confirmed that the additional slot allotted to English teams in the competition would be filled by Fulham, whose disciplinary record ranked best of ... Read the whole story
The pressure is building on Seattle coach Sigi Schmid and the Sounders after they concluded a three-game home stand with just four points by losing, 1-0, to FC Dallas Wednesday at Qwest Field. Read the whole story
The Portland Timbers have won all of their five MLS home games in this year and have drawn sellout crowds of more than 18,000 for each game. On Wednesday, the MLS newcomers again filled their stadium but lost, 2-0, in a friendly to Dutch champion Ajax Amsterdam. Read the whole story

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