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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, Jan. 15, 2009
As DaMarcus Beasley is unhappy with his lack of playing time at Glasgow Rangers, he could do worse than revive his club career in Los Angeles, writes Grahame L Jones. Either at the Galaxy or at Chivas USA. A move to the Galaxy would reunite him with former national team ... Read the whole story
Daniel Burnham was the 19th century urban architect who helped shape cities like Chicago and San Francisco, but Lawrence Donegan believes he had a handle on the motivations of those owning English football clubs in 2009. "Make no little plans," Burnham said. "They have no magic to stir men's blood." ... Read the whole story
The idea that AC Milan would part with Kaka is not so outrageous, writes Frank Dunne. Not just because of the $133 million porice tag, but for actual soccer reasons. Dunne posits four of them for discussion. First, Kaka and fellow Brazilian Ronaldinho have not gelled as twin forward/midfielders behind ... Read the whole story
Two prominent Palestinian soccer players were killed by Israeli forces this week in the Gaza Strip, the Palestine Football Association said Wednesday. It said on its Web site that national team member, Ayman al-Kurd, a 28-year-old with three children, was killed earlier this week by Israeli shelling. It also reported ... Read the whole story
The granite-faced Scottish Football Association is threatening to ruin one of Scotland's smallest but best-run clubs, Brechin City, all because the club's field width doesn't conform to UEFA specifications. Third-tier Brechin, needless to say, has never played in European competition, and likely never will. The team faces "crippling fines or ... Read the whole story
"I love the club as much as the next man, but I am under contract with another club and they went out of their way to get me, they flew me halfway around the world to join them and I have always been a person who believed in loyalty." San ... Read the whole story
"It's been a strange series of events, an incredible week or so and I still can't quite believe what's happened." Former Atlanta Silverbacks defender Martyn Lancaster, 28, who landed a contract with second-tier Scottish side Queen of the South after his wife posted a 10-minute highlights video of him on ... Read the whole story
"It's kind of a Catch 22. The league wants to get more younger players signed, but once they get in, there's no place for them to develop." Columbus Crew Technical Director Brian Bliss on the landscape for youth development in Major League Soccer. Read the whole story


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