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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, May 23, 2014
SI.com's Grant Wahl points out that Landon Donovan, who was sensationally left off the USA's 23-man squad for the World Cup on Thursday, is the U.S. soccer player that head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has known the longest. Back in January 2009, when Klinsmann was coach of Bayern Munich, he brought ... Read the whole story
Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa returned from Belgrade, Serbia on Thursday full of optimism: Marijana Kovacevic, the alternative medicine specialist who treated him, said he has a good chance of being fit to play in Saturday's UEFA Champions League final against Real Madrid. According to AS, Kovacevic told Costa that ... Read the whole story
Madrid bars will be rocking on Saturday as Real Madrid takes on Atletico Madrid in the first UEFA Champions League final between teams from the same city on Saturday. For Real, it would be a record tenth European title; for Atletico, it would be a first. As the AFP points ... Read the whole story
Spanish sports daily AS is reporting that Barcelona and Spain midfielder Xavi Hernandez is "likely" to sign for New York City FC of Major League Soccer next summer if he and Barca fail to renegotiate a new deal. The 34-year-old's current deal expires in 2015. Read the whole story
Jonathan Klinsmann, son of USA coach Jurgen Klinsmann, apparently found his father's decision to yank USA legend Landon Donovan from his 2014 World Cup roster quite humorous. On his Twitter account, which has since been deleted, the younger Klinsmann wrote: "HAHAHAHAHAHAH DONAVAN (sic) HAHAHAHAA I DIDN'T EVEN NOTICE UNTIL MY ... Read the whole story
Chelsea is reportedly in advanced talks about selling Brazil defender David Luiz for close to 40 million pounds ($67.4 million), which would be a world record transfer fee for a defender. Chelsea bought Luiz from Benfica for 23.5 million pounds ($39.6 million) in January 2011. According to the Guardian report, ... Read the whole story


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