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Former FIFA VP Chung Mong-joon on Thursday confirmed he would "formally announce his candidacy to replace" Sepp Blatter as President of the organization next week "with a swipe" at his opposition, UEFA President Michel Platini, according to Ben Rumsby of the London TELEGRAPH. Chung: "Platini is good...
MLS outdrew Hideo Nomo in L.A. on Saturday night, "and now its corporate sponsors can get a good night''s rest," writes Tom Friend in the today''s N.Y. TIMES. With almost 70,000 fans at the Rose Bowl,
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