A Web Guide for Soccer Junkies
With the 2006 FIFA World Cup kickoff just days away, soccer aficionados from São Paulo to Tokyo are desperately searching for news of their favorite teams. For some, this is easier said than done. If you live in London, then chances are that you are no stranger to soccer headlines. The same cannot be said of the U.S., where soccer (or, as nearly everyone else in the world calls it, football) is still struggling to find a foothold. So where can American soccer fans turn for breaking news and scores?
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