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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2009
AC Milan is ready to buy midfielder David Beckham if he can get out of his contract with the L.A. Galaxy, Milan CEO Adriano Galliani said Tuesday. "If the player were free, we'd buy him," Galliani said. Beckham, he added, "would be overjoyed as well, because he's back playing with ... Read the whole story
Banned RB New York goalkeeper Jon Conway has been joining in with preseason practice sessions, even though he still has to serve four games of a 10-game suspension, reports Frank Giase.   The team did its homework and found out that Conway, who was punished along with now departed defender ... Read the whole story
Soccer's world governing body FIFA has said it may have to ditch Nigeria as host to this fall's Under-17 World Cup due to a serious lack of preparation.   "FIFA's executive committee will have to decide next month if it wishes to carry on with Nigeria or move the tournament ... Read the whole story
Steven Goff has "an unsubstantiated hunch ... that something is brewing" at D.C. United involving its current and past Argentine playmakers, Marcelo Gallardo, 33, and Christian Gomez, 34, now at the Colorado Rapids.   United's investors, he writes, "would love to dump Gallardo's bloated contract" because they realize the player's ... Read the whole story
FIFA is no longer worried that the stadiums in South Africa will be ready in time for the 2010 World Cup. Now it's fretting about whether or not they'll actually be filled.   "The biggest challenge is in filling the stadiums and we need to teach our people that there's ... Read the whole story
"The footage of the attack on PC [John] Goodwin is like watching bees around a honey pot. He was repeatedly punched and kicked in a horrendous attack." Detective Superintendent Geoff Wessell on the public release of 49 photographs of Glasgow Rangers fans the police would like to talk to in ... Read the whole story
"We have no intention of launching a hostile takeover. This is only possible as a friendly deal." Holger Heims, a German investment manager at Falcon Equity, one of a group of up to eight international investors mulling a bid for Chelsea. Read the whole story
"It is not true a fee has been agreed. We are not close to concluding any transfer; [Andrei] Arshavin or anybody else. At the moment it is all quiet." Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says there is still no deal in the long running quest to sign the Zenit St. Petersburg ... Read the whole story

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