Section 2 Around the Net Editions for September 2009
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2009
Philadelphia Union Outlines Youth Academy Plans
Honduras Still Slated to Host USA
Giovani Out, Blanco In For Mexico's Final Qualifyiers
Liverpool's American Owners Look to Middle East
City to Likely Approve Toronto FC's Bid for Grass Field
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2009
Mexico Drops Bid To Host World Cups
Ralston's Injury Big Blow For Revs
Angel Breaks Red Bulls' Scoring Record
United Loses Goalkeeper Wicks
New Galacticos Try to Keep Momentum
French Man Dies After Attack By Serbian Hooligans
Champions League Match in Honduras to Proceed
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Sept. 28, 2009
Violent Play On Rise Says FIFA Med Chief
Jozy Altidore's Life At Hull
Revs' Veteran Ralston Out For Season
U.S. U-20s Hope To Rebound Against Cameroon
Rooney Set For No. 50
FIFA To Reconsider Age Limit For Olympic Tournament
WPS Coaches Eye W-League Talent
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Sept. 25, 2009
Swedish Goalkeeper Caught Moving Posts Closer Together
Montero Enjoying 'Wonderful' Time In Seattle
DeMerit Suffers From Eye Injury
Brit Psychologist Chimes In On Diving
Dynamo Re-Signs Ching Until 2013
Will American's Serie A Venture Start Trend?
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, Sept. 24, 2009
Seattle Sounders: MLS's Most Traveling Team
Brian McBride Reflects On Europe, USA and MLS
D.C. United Pursues Twin Goals
Big Brother Wins The Chivas Battle
Donovan: 'This is the Game We Need to Win'
No Columbus Comeback This Time
English FA Gets Governmental Kick
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2009
Politics Threaten U.S. Qualifier in Honduras
Crew Ready For Revenge Against Cruz Azul
Arnoux Settling in with Everton
Dynamo's Eddie Robinson Back With A Bang
Brazil the Big Boys at U-20 World Cup
MLS Delivers Suspensions, Fines
Portland's PGE Park to Add 5,000, Subtract 5,000
Sol Campbell Decides Notts Not For Him
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2009
Proof That Man U Gets More Time?
Defined Teams Holding Ground in MLS
Belgium-Netherlands Bid Eyes Small-Nation Support
Jaqua's Limited Time Due to Concussion
MLS Cup to Air on ESPN
Adidas and Puma Make Peace on Field
Ronaldinho Denies Retirement Rumor
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Sept. 21, 2009
Goal Drought Threatens Sounders' Playoff Quest
Maradona Losing More Than Games
Earthquakes New Stadium Gets a Face, But Not Funds
Columbus and Chicago Battle for Third Tie of Season
Galaxy Tightens Defense During Crunch Time
Man United Downs Its 'Noisy Neighbors'
Mourinho To Watch Next Game From Stands After Outburst
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Sept. 18, 2009
European Clubs Spilling Red Ink
New DP De Guzman Raring to Go Against Galaxy
Chivas Shores Up Defense for Playoff Push
'It's Not All Maradona's Fault,' Says Schelotto
Expansion Union May Need Alternative Venue For Opener
U.S. Prospect Jones To Skip Surgery
Messi Inks Contract Extension with Barcelona
Five Official Experiment Underway
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, Sept. 17, 2009
Spain's La Liga vs. English Premier League
Mourinho Hails Inter's Fair-Play Performance
MLS to Break For World Cup
Adebayor Dealt Three-Match Ban
Costa Rica Appoint Brazilian Simoes to Replace Kenton
American Striker Leaves Vietnam to Train with Arsenal
Chelsea Appoints One of Own As New Chief Executive
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