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A View From Mexico

Mexico's Javier Hernandez celebrates after scoring a goal during the World Cup group A soccer match between France and Mexico at Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane, South Africa, Thursday, June 17, 2010.  (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)


The girl was 11, maybe 12, and she and her father had sleuthed out the San Diego-area hotel where the Mexican national soccer team was staying ahead of Tuesday night’s game against Venezuela at Qualcomm Stadium. They found the banquet room where the players were eating a late dinner, and they waited for close to an hour for them to finish.

One after another, Mexico’s stars walked toward the elevators until the object of her desire appeared: a 5-foot-9, 22-year-old forward with a buzz cut, fair skin, piercing eyes and a baby face.

No. 14, Javier Hernandez, “Chicharito.” The Little Pea.

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Trbiute to Edwin

articleOur new columnist Joe has written a tribute piece on Edwin Van Der Sar. Click read more below to see his thoughts on that Manchester United goalkeepers.

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Fans View: Transfers

Owen and Valencia Mock Up

Fans View

With July having barely started, United have already made two signings; one of these was expected whilst the other definately wasn't - I'm sure I don't need to tell you which of these is which.  With both of these players being so different, age beig no exception, we've heard what some of the members from the forum have had to say on the signings of Luis Antonio Valencia and Michael Owen.

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Rooney signs 5 year deal!

news articleWayne Rooney has signed a 5 year contract extension at Man Utd. What this means is still so far unclear. The club and player have now issued a statement, click read more to view




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Of Wonder Kids and Wonder Teams

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Our new columnist SriRam has written the first article on what makes a legendary team and player, Ronaldo can be as good as he is but it is players who have more than just skill that are the ones remembered.

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