1. All Eyes Turn to the World Cup

    With the final round of African World Cup qualifying at the midway point, one nation is conspicuously absent, South Africa...

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  2. Preview of African Confederation World Cup Qualifying

    Only the five group winners are guaranteed a prestigious spot at Africa's first World Cup in 2010. Senegal's dramatic second-round exit means that Cameroon are the only team left in qualifying to have ever reached the World Cup quarterfinals...

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  3. Sounders Kick Off MLS Debut With Thrashing of the NY Red Bulls

    The MLS Debut in Seattle could have not gone better. Such a resounding success was the Seattle Sounders FC's MLS debut 3-0 demolition of the New York Red Bulls in front of a sellout ...

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  4. MLS, Copa Libertadores Not Quite a Match, Yet

    With the Houston Dynamo from Major League Soccer and the Montreal Impact, a club from a country that has no major domestic league (Canada), the CONCACAF Champions League is showing that it is ...

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  5. David Beckham’s Galaxy Is Far from Perfect

    For the second-straight year, a Los Angeles GM was shown the door, despite being ahead in the standings over their derby rival, Chivas USA. People may criticize the job Lalas and Gullit did for the Galaxy, but you can’t argue with their success...

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  6. Alfredo Di Stéfano: The greatest footballer of all time?

    Ask most people who is the greatest footballer of all time, and more than likely they will say Pelé. But if Pelé had been denied the chance to play in three World Cups by a World ...

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  7. New Women's Soccer League in 2009

    The latest incarnation of a women's soccer league will start in 2009. The new league plans to place franchises in Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New Jersey/New York, St. Louis, and Washington...

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  8. Women's Football in England

    You don’t hear much about women’s soccer in England. In the same way you don't hear much about rugby, cricket, golf, or tennis, compared with how much you hear about the English Premier League...

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  9. Can An African Nation Win World Cup 2010?

    In 1977 Pelé announced that an African nation would win the Fifa World Cup by the end of the 20th century, a prediction that he, and Africa, have never been allowed to forget...

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  10. Hooliganism in English Football

    Disorderly behaviour has been common amongst football supporters since the birth of the sport, but it is only really since the 1960s that it began to be perceived as a serious problem...

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  11. MLS: Is David Beckham A Success?

    Earlier this season, David Beckham and the L.A. Galaxy played a series of barnstorming games in South Korea and China. Aside from England, Asia has been Beckham's most rabid fan base since hosting the 2002 World Cup...

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  12. MLS Compared to Other Domestic Leagues

    Where does Major League Soccer stand in relation to the other world leagues? What is the quality when held next to global standard-bearers?Would an average MLS side get flattened regularly in ...

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