Monthly Archives: November 2010

A look to the future as World Cup Decision Day looms

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Barcelona destroys Real Madrid (Updated with highlights)

It was supposed to be a battle of the two best teams in the world, but by the end of it, only one team looked like a world beater. Barcelona savaged Real Madrid, ripping apart Jose Mourinho's normally stingy defense … Continue reading »

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Barcelona vs. Real Madrid: Matchday Commentary

     The match is finally here. Barcelona and Real Madrid, the two best teams in the world right now, are set to face off in the most anticipated match of the European club season (3pm, GolTV). Lionel Messi vs. … Continue reading »

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Olsen introduced as D.C. United head coach

Photo by Jose L. Argueta/ISIphotos.com By AVI CREDITOR WASHINGTON – After officially completing his 180-degree turn about his stance on D.C. United's head coaching situation, team president and chief executive officer Kevin Payne insisted that Ben Olsen was the man … Continue reading »

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USA women draw Sweden, Colombia and North Korea in World Cup

After enduring a tougher than expected road to qualifying, the U.S. women's national team learned the identity of its opponents in next year's FIFA World Cup. The Americans will take on North Korea, Colombia and Sweden at the World Cup … Continue reading »

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SBI All-American MLS Best XI

In a year when foreign players took him many of Major League Soccer's top awards, and grabbed more than half the spots on MLS Best XI, it's easy to forget that several American players enjoyed strong seasons. From Chris Wondolowski's … Continue reading »

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