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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2010
With U.S. Open Cup finalists Seattle and Columbus both headed to the MLS playoffs, U.S. soccer historian Roger Allaway recounts the history of clubs that have won the U.S. double -- the pro league and cup in the same year. Read the whole story
At the age of 33. Kevin Davies figured the days when he might get called up to the England national team were over. So the Bolton Wanderers striker thought it was a prank when a woman saying she was from the English FA called him up to say that he ... Read the whole story
Nigeria's foreign-based stars were expected to assemble on Monday for a training camp in Abuja to prepare for their African Cup of Nations qualifier at Guinea, but as things stand now, the match won't be played. Nigeria has been suspended from all international activity by FIFA because of governmental interference. ... Read the whole story
Spain's injury woes mounted on the eve of its Euro 2012 qualifiers against Scotland and Lithuania, forcing Coach Vicente Del Bosque to seek reinforcements from Valencia and Villarreal, La Liga's top two teams. Read the whole story
A pillar of Chelsea and Ghana's national team, powerful midfielder Michael Essien is hopeful he has overcome two years' of injury setbacks. He missed the entire 2009-10 Premier League season as well as the World Cup with a torn hamstring and a knee injury, but is in sharp form for ... Read the whole story

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