Monthly Archives: October 2007

No Free Nelson Mandela For Jet-Setting Jack

By Ian Plenderleith CONCACAF President and FIFA Vice President Jack Warner has made a pledge that should … Read More

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The Cobi Jones Report Card: A+

By Andrea Canales LOS ANGELES (October 31, 2007) USSoccerPlayers — When Cobi Jones stepped on to the … Read More

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US Chances Slim For Hosting WC 2018

By Ian Plenderleith With FIFA yesterday ending its short-lived rotational policy for allocating World Cups, the 2018 … Read More

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Q&A: Michael Parkhurst

By David LiftonIn three years, Michael Parkhurst of the New England Revolution has earned a reputation as … Read More

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Joyfully, Defiantly Supporting The Losers

By Ian PlenderleithWe’re getting the New York Times right now on some sort of eight-week free trial. … Read More

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Anyone Know The Score? No, Not The Baseball

By Ian PlenderleithI just spent two days on a family break in the Shenandoah, listening to semi-apologetic … Read More

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Ousted Teams Cope With Lonely Off-Season

By Ian PlenderleithThere’s something slightly sad about the press releases you get from MLS clubs after their … Read More

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BBC Checks Out Jack (Again)

By Ian Plenderleith BBC’s investigative show Panorama broadcast the allegation Monday that when Trinidad & Tobago played … Read More

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It’s Not Like The End Of The World

By Ian PlenderleithRemember when the NFL calendar was postponed for a weekend after 9/11, Major League Baseball … Read More

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Does Our City Need Soccer?

WASHINGTON DC (October 23, 2007) USSoccerPlayers — There was a minor outcry last week among Major League … Read More

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