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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Saturday, May 8, 2010
Having recovered from a broken leg that has sidelined him since March 3, Stuart Holden is anxious to play for Bolton Wanderers Sunday in its final English Premier League game of the season against Birmingham City. Read the whole story
With the June 12 World Cup match between the England and USA around the corner, New York Times writer Jere Longman examines how the English view American soccer and finds the English perspective to be nuanced and complicated. Read the whole story
Mexico national team coach Javier Aguirre couldn't have been happy with the Tri's 0-0 tie with Ecuador in a friendly on Friday evening, but he loved he New Meadowlands Stadium. Read the whole story
FIFA president Sepp Blatter brokered a deal to allow Togo to return to the Africa Cup of Nations after the Sparrow Hawks were handed a two-tournament ban after they left the 2010 tournament in Angola when their team bus was attacked by gunmen. Read the whole story
Russian Oleg Salenko, who won the Golden Boot at the 1994 World Cup, is planning on selling his trophy to sheiks in the United Arab Emirates for $500,000. Read the whole story

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