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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, July 17, 2014
Former USA international Earnie Stewart, the team director at Dutch club AZ Alkmaar, believes that former AZ striker Jozy Altidore should dig in and try to become successful at Sunderland instead of returning to Major League Soccer, as has been rumored. Altidore, whom Stewart mentored during his time at AZ, ... Read the whole story
In a series of tweets on Monday, Sporting Kansas City president Robb Heineman advanced the idea of beginning the process of making English striker Dom Dwyer an American citizen so he could play for the men's national team. Heineman tweeted the idea the day after Dwyer's two goals lifted SKC ... Read the whole story
Toni Kroos on Thursday completed the switch from Bayern Munich to Real Madrid, signing with Los Blancos for six-years for a fee believed to be close to 25 million euros ($34.2 million). According to reports, the 24-year-old will earn close to 6.7 million euros ($9 million) and will wear the ... Read the whole story
James Rodriguez is nearly a Real Madrid player, according to reports in Spain, after Monaco accepted an offer of 70 million euros ($94.7 million) plus one player in exchange for the Colombian sensation, who finished as the top scorer in the recently concluded World Cup. The reports claim that Rodriguez ... Read the whole story
Germany assumed top position in FIFA's world rankings on Thursday after winning the World Cup for the first time in 24 years, while European rivals Spain, Italy and England paid the price for their poor performances in Brazil. Germany, which beat Argentina 1-0 in Sunday's final to win its fourth ... Read the whole story
Japanese carmaker Nissan on Thursday became the first official automotive partner of English Premier League champion Manchester City, in a deal that is understood to be far larger than similar deals struck by Chelsea and Audi or Arsenal and Citroen, although Manchester United's shirt sponsorship deal with Chevrolet is worth ... Read the whole story
Borussia Dortmund on Thursday completed the signing of young German defender Matthias Ginter from Frieburg. The 20-year-old signed a five-year contract after returning from the World Cup in Brazil, where he was part of Germany's winning team. Ginter, a center back, will rival Mats Hummels and Sokratis Papastathopoulos for a ... Read the whole story


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