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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2011
Turkey has come up with a radical solution for tackling crowd violence at soccer games -- ban the men and let only women and children in. Read the whole story
Former MLS executive Ivan Gazidis, who left the league to take over as Arsenal CEO in January of 2009, has given his backing and that of the club to beleagured manager Arsene Wenger. Read the whole story
The Seattle Sounders' Argentine midfielder Mauro Rosales was on a roll -- 12 assists and five goals -- before taken out by foul from D.C. United defender Daniel Woolard late in the Sounders 3-0 win on Saturday in which Rosales made two assists. Read the whole story
Despite going head-to-head with two college football games along the Wasatch Front, including the state's overshadowing BYU-Utah rivalry, Real Salt Lake rang up a victory, and not just on the field, explains Justin Johnson. Read the whole story


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