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  1. 2014 SWC Winner Will Be...
  2. The Soccer Thread
  3. Thanks Guys!
  4. Scoring barrage lifts the two Manchester teams
  5. 2018/2022 FIFA World Cup
  6. Soccer at Fenway Park
  7. Soccer players that could be football stars?
  8. Official World Cup 2010 Thread -- Futbol talk
  9. Arsenal v. Barcelona UEFA
  10. Can you say who will win the Soccer world cup 2010?
  11. Burnley vs Chelsea Highlights
  12. World Cup
  13. Angry fans say Beckham wanted to fight
  14. USA in Confederations Cup Final
  15. USA 2 spain ZERO
  16. Ronaldo to Madrid for 80 mill
  17. Top 10 Reasons why Football is superior to SOCCER
  18. USA! USA! USA! US vs. Mexico TONIGHT 7pm Eastern time
  19. FIFA Club World Cup
  20. Landon Donovan to Bayern Munich
  21. Villa seal Sidwell deal
  22. Countdown to Euro 2008
  23. USA v. England - today 230pm EST ESPNClassic
  24. ManU wins UEFA on Penalties!
  25. Manchester City squad not up for sale says Thaksin (Reuters)
  26. Lee back at Liverpool as Benitez bolsters local links (AFP)
  27. Germany give uncapped Marin and Adler a chance (Reuters)
  28. Bolivia's president scores goal, slams FIFA (AP)
  29. Beasley back on US roster (AP)
  30. Ronaldinho out of Brazil World Cup qualifiers (AFP)
  31. US women to play 2 games against Brazil (AP)
  32. Inter fans banned from Parma (AFP)
  33. No decision on Eriksson for at least a week (AFP)
  34. Borgetti hat-trick helps Monterrey thump nine-man Chivas (Reuters)
  35. Agent says sacked Middlesbrough football striker Lee talking to Japan clubs (AFP)
  36. Geninho quits as Atletico coach after Copa Brasil defeat (Reuters)
  37. Zenit lift UEFA Cup after 2-0 win over Rangers (Reuters)
  38. Zenit St Petersburg 2 Rangers 0 - result (Reuters)
  39. CONCACAF Champions League details announced (AP)
  40. Russia name provisional squad for Euro 2008 (Reuters)
  41. Dutchman Jol to take over as Hamburg coach (Reuters)
  42. Euro 2008 will not save Swiss economic slowdown (Reuters)
  43. Zenit and Rangers bid for UEFA Cup glory (Reuters)
  44. Evra savouring life in the fast lane with Manchester United (AFP)
  45. Gerrard wants Liverpool to spend big to boost title prospects (AFP)
  46. Aguirre must stay on as Atletico coach, says captain (AFP)
  47. Pokal Hervis final result (Reuters)
  48. Barca's Milito out for up to nine months after surgery (Reuters)
  49. Lee heads Middlesbrough's clear-out (AFP)
  50. Lemerre takes over as Morocco coach (AFP)
  51. Rock-bottom Japan club woo England's Owen (AFP)
  52. Austria expects economic boost from Euro 2008 (Reuters)
  53. Gould recalls Wimbledon's FA Cup win, 20 years on (Reuters)
  54. Portugal announce squad for Euro 2008 (Reuters)
  55. Chelsea reach agreement with Porto over Bosingwa (Reuters)
  56. United keen to build on title success (Reuters)
  57. Eriksson poised to leave Manchester City after humiliating defeat (AFP)
  58. ASEC Abidjan book league place for record ninth time (Reuters)
  59. Inter's Materazzi apologises for taking penalty (Reuters)
  60. Grant hails amazing Ferguson (AFP)
  61. Premier League pushing ahead with global expansion plans (AFP)
  62. Chelsea manager Grant wants play-off decider (AFP)
  63. Kai nets hat trick as Americans trump Canada (PA SportsTicker)
  64. Galatasaray wrest title back from Fenerbahce (Reuters)
  65. Romanian Cup final result (Reuters)
  66. Gerrard hungry for Premier League success (AFP)
  67. Ribery ready to step up as French team leader (AFP)
  68. New Bayern boss Klinsmann casts eye on league finale (AFP)
  69. Berbatov to bid goodbye to Spurs (AFP)
  70. Americans in peril in Premier League (AP)
  71. Hleb set to leave Arsenal, says agent (Reuters)
  72. Derby County facing undesirable records (Reuters)
  73. Premier League title race goes to final day (Reuters)
  74. Austria flaunts quirkiness for Euro 2008 (Reuters)
  75. AC Milan president Berlusconi resigns (PA SportsTicker)
  76. Rijkaard fired by Barcelona (AP)
  77. Beasley set for return following knee injury (AP)
  78. Funding crisis clouds SAfrica World Cup television plans (Reuters)
  79. Japan's Chiba target Liverpool coach Miller (Reuters)
  80. Capello to face trial over false testimony (AFP)
  81. Levante players stage kickoff protest against Deportivo (Reuters)
  82. Ukrainian Cup final result (Reuters)
  83. Chelsea offers 70 million euros for Real's Ramos - report (AFP)
  84. Blatter seeks to limit Europe's power (AP)
  85. Crouch wants crunch talks at Liverpool (AFP)
  86. Prostitutes change story in Ronaldo case (AP)
  87. North Korea wants match against South moved (Reuters)
  88. English FA set Capello semi-final target (Reuters)
  89. Torres will be even better next year warns Reina (AFP)
  90. Nani apologises for red card shame (AFP)
  91. Grant promises United a fight for the Premier League title (AFP)
  92. Flamengo name Caio Junior as replacement for Santana (Reuters)
  93. Conmebol to appeal FIFA ban on high-altitude play (AP)
  94. Ronaldo 'ashamed' over transvestite tryst (AFP)
  95. Eduardo sued over Arsenal transfer by his wife's uncle (AFP)
  96. ANALYSIS-Soccer-Bayern back on top but Klinsmann has work to do (Reuters)
  97. PREVIEW-Soccer-Roma resigned to Italian Cup kick-off change (Reuters)
  98. Real rule Spain but no closer to European revival (Reuters)
  99. Inter Milan coach still confident despite defeat to AC (AFP)
  100. Keegan ready to hand old foe Fergie a tenth title (AFP)