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  1. Could striker Aron Johannsson bolster the U.S. attack? - ESPN The...

    Doug McIntyre

    One of Europe's most prolific scorers plays in Denmark and has roots in Iceland -- but was born in the United States. In ESPN The Magazine, Doug McIntyre examines if Aron Johannsson could be America's answer at striker.

    Story | Conversation | November 28, 2012
  2. Brazilian kicker getting big-time interest

    Dave Hooker

    Rafael Gaglianone didn't come to the United States to be a big-time college football prospect. "I came out here just to go abroad and study," the native Brazilian said. "It turned out I have the potential to kick, so I started." With a soccer b...

    Blog | October 26, 2012
  3. 2010 World Cup - An ultimate World Cup betting guide, Part I

    Chad Millman

    Chad Millman files one of his four (six if you count previous entries) articles relating to the trends, concepts, ideas and flat-out intel you need to know to successfully bet on the 2010 World Cup. In this one: David Villa and the Golden Boot.

    Blog | Conversation | June 07, 2010
  4. Hoodwinked?

    We've read before that publicly financed sports stadiums do not benefit the public, at least not measurably. These studies have been around forever, and they're essentially unanimous. So why does the public keep falling for the Music Man-like pitch? ...

    Blog | Conversation | April 10, 2008