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Diving witch hunt detracts from real problems

Arsenal's Eduardo got on to the field in the 79th minute of Saturday's game against Manchester United. His entry was greeted by shouts of "Cheat!" from the Man U fans, and Eduardo was duly booed each time he played the ball.


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Ivan Gazidis: From MLS to Arsenal CEO

LONDON -- Ivan Gazidis stands on the wide terrace outside his Arsenal office and points vaguely to the northeast -- "I used to live just over there."
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Super-capitalists aim to run game their way

It seems to me most likely -- indeed, inevitable -- that a European league will be part of soccer's future. We do already have the UEFA Champions League, which could be seen as such a league.


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'Bloodgate' takes pro sports to new low

LONDON -- This time I'm talking about football. No, not soccer -- but the other football that they play here, rugby football. A sport that has always maintained a rather superior attitude to soccer, a sport that has always presented itself as the sport for the middle and upper classes. A cut or two above the demonstrably working-class sport of ...
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The leniency of English referees

LONDON -- The first games of the new EPL season have been played. The scorelines are in, implacable and unarguable; along with them come dozens of coaches' statements, which are anything but unarguable.
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English youth tourney brings world to Darwin's town

SHREWSBURY, England -- The journey -- it is a soccer journey -- starts with a bunch of lovely names: Marylebone, Wrexham and Shropshire. Marylebone is the London railroad station where you board the train run by the Wrexham and Shropshire railway -- a train with the atmosphere of the good old days when rail travel was the way to go. ...
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Searching for meaning in pre-season results

So I'm following all the pre-season scores that are coming in from these various little tournaments and exhibition games that the European clubs are playing. Well, you have to, don't you?


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