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Magazine articles on soccer (European football).
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Sports Central
May 12, 2006
Ray Leroy
Soccer: The Beautiful Game June 9th will kick off the most watched sporting event in the world, as 32 teams from across the globe vie for professional soccer's 2006 World Cup. mark for My Articles 210 similar articles
May 1, 2006
Stanley Holmes
A Breakout Year For Soccer? Investors seem to think MLS has a big future. You be the judge. mark for My Articles 235 similar articles
Maggie Kalogeropoulos
World Cup Footie Fashion Here are some tips on how to be a fashionable footie fanatic for professional soccer's World Cup. mark for My Articles 541 similar articles
Ryan Murphy
How To: Speak German... Sufficiently Whether your going to the 2006 World Cup soccer tournament in Germany or the local Volkswagon festival, here are some key phrases to help you get by -- and a few that could get you into trouble! mark for My Articles
Jim Bauer
How to Train to Play Soccer By incorporating these training principles, you will ensure you are ready to start the season in fighting form. mark for My Articles 373 similar articles
March 2006
Aschwanden & Bailey
Soccer Fosters Camaraderie If you find it hard to get moving, focus on finding a group-fitness activity with great dynamics, like soccer. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
Al Saunders
Top 10: 2006 World Cup Stadiums In Germany Organizers have announced that approximately 2.6 million World Cup tickets are being sold for the 2006 FIFA World Cup. mark for My Articles 165 similar articles
Sports Central
December 14, 2005
Jeff Pohlmeyer
World Cup Group of Death? The greatest sporting event in the world is taking place just a few months from now. No, not the Super Bowl, not the Olympics. The World Cup of soccer. mark for My Articles 215 similar articles
December 12, 2005
Cohn & Holmes
ManU Gets Kicked In The Head--Again Losing Vodafone's sponsorship is yet another blow to Manchester United's owner Malcolm Glazer. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
David Hellier
British Soccer In Foreign Hands In their different ways, the recent, and sometimes controversial, foreign takeovers of soccer clubs Chelsea and Manchester United have changed the face of England's "beautiful game" forever. mark for My Articles 64 similar articles
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