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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2007
David Beckham looks set to be named in Steve McClaren's England squad against Germany on Aug. 22, despite having made just two short appearances for the L.A. Galaxy since his move from MLS. "He (Beckham) will be in the squad," McClaren said. "I want him to come over and play ... Read the whole story
The Washington Post serves up a profile of D.C. United's "Barra Brava," or brave fans section, where the music, singing, dancing and beer flinging go on all game long. Indeed, United's faithful offer up one of the only experiences in MLS that could be compared with what goes on at ... Read the whole story
In the latest edition of the MLS Power Rankings, beside the name of last place Real Salt Lake, the ESPN Soccernet staff writes: "Weren't they supposed to bring in some fresh talent?" Yes, they were, but, no, they have not: Jason Kreis and company were testing out a trio of ... Read the whole story
Sunderland manager Roy Keane hit out against players who ask for their wives or girlfriends' permission before making decisions. "Priorities have changed in footballers and they're being dictated to by their wives and girlfriends - there's no getting away from that," the former Manchester United captain said. "This idea of ... Read the whole story
Ah yes, discrimination is in the air in the world of soccer this week: first it was women and now it's gays. In Brazil, a judge caused an uproar recently when he declared that gay homosexuals don't belong in Brazilian soccer. The controversy flared up after Cruzeiro midfielder Richarlyson sued ... Read the whole story

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