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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011
Steven Goff reports that D.C. United striker Charlie Davies has filed a $20 million lawsuit against the owner of a nightclub and the company that hosted a party at which alcohol was served to the driver responsible for a car accident that severely injured the soccer player and killed another ... Read the whole story
Frank Giase writes that Thierry Henry's dirty tactics have come at the worst time for the New York Red Bulls, who will be without the French striker when it faces Philadelphia on Thursday. A win in that game would clinch a playoff spot for the Bulls, but Henry is suspended ... Read the whole story
There's no ambiguity regarding the Galaxy's Group A finale Thursday against Motagua in Honduras, but there is doubt about whether Landon Donovan will be able to take the field in the Concacaf Champions League game. Read the whole story
After a weekend of controversial decisions in Bundesliga play, Franz Beckenbauer -- chairman of the FIFA panel that suggests rule changes to the board of the world governing body of soccer -- wants FIFA's task force to reconsider the offside rule and make it simpler for referees to interpret. Read the whole story


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