Section 2 Around the Net Editions for June 2006
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, June 30, 2006
Ratings Boost Notwithstanding, Americans Don't Care About Cup
China's Socceroo-Hater May Have Been Sacked
Asian Football Federation Disappointed in Teams' Showing
Bundesliga Fishing for Distribution Deals at World Cup
Germans' Resilience Triumphs Again
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, June 29, 2006
The 'Boring' Old Guard
Quarterfinals Serve Potential Classics
Germany to Play with 'Total Aggression and Total Passion' Says Klinsmann
Germany: Not so United After All
Italy Not Lucky, Insists Lippi
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, June 28, 2006
It's the Favorites Again
Zidane, Ronaldo Silence Critics
Violence in Madrid Following 'Good Death'
Buenos Aires Awaits Germany with Bated Breath
Pessotto in 'Critical' Condition After Suicide Attempt ANSA
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, June 27, 2006
Spain v France: Subplots Abound
Record-Breaking Ronaldo Sees Brazil Through
As Women Watch World Cup in Record Numbers, Advertisers Miss Out
Ukraine Wins Battle of "Desperate Mediocrity" on Penalties
Totti Saves it for Italy
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, June 26, 2006
Portugal-Netherlands: Once Again, Ref Ruins Game
'Mythic' Beckham Saves England
England Play Bad and Win, Again
Report: Brazil is Everyone's First or Second Choice to Win it All
Brazil and the Media Circus
Section 2 Around the Net - Sunday, June 25, 2006
Classic Match Once Again Leads to Mexican Heartbreak
German Nationalism is Back (in a Good Way)
Adidas is the World Cup's Advertising King
Soccer's Best Tradition
U.S. Fans in Germany
Section 2 Around the Net - Saturday, June 24, 2006
No Ronaldo, Figo or Riquelme for U.S. Team
Friedel Slams Former Teammates for Arena Criticism
Donovan's Failure is the Low Point for U.S. in Germany
The Silver Lining is the Future
A Glimpse at the Korean Faithful
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, June 23, 2006
Why Did We Fail?
Reyna's Sad Send-Off
Soccer Haters Unite
Ref Gives Three Bookings to One Player
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, June 22, 2006
U.S. Crash Out; Arena Blames Ref
Lippi Hails Team Effort
Owen Feels 'Guilty,' Roeder Likens Loss to Rooney
More Than a Nil-Nil Draw
Bankrupt Brazilian Airline Could Leave World Cup Fans Stranded
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, June 21, 2006
Fair is Foul and Foul is Fair for Sven's England
Argentina-Netherlands: Don't Miss This
Owen's Injury Depletes England's Strike Force
Mortgage Company Pulls Owen Ad Campaign After Injury
"Johnson" is the Call from the Sidelines
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