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David Beckham to retire
David Beckham has announced he will retire at the end of this season with Paris St.-Germain later this month. He won six Premier League championships and two FA Cups along with a Champions League title for the Red Devils. He landed on U.S. soil in 2007 and led the L.A. Galaxy to two titles. He has model good looks, a famous wife and the ability to make a ball go wherever he wants it. Sound like any Boston-area athletes you may know?
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Man U hires Moyes
David Moyes has left Everton to take over as the new manager at Manchester United. Moyes will replace the legendary Sir Alex Ferguson, who steps down after 26 trophy-filled years at the club. But is Moyes the right man for the job? And what kind of impact will his hiring have on Wayne Rooney's future with the club? Vote now!
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Man U's Alex Ferguson retires
After 26 years at Manchester United, Sir Alex Ferguson is retiring. During his tenure as the Red Devils' manager, Ferguson captured 13 Premier League titles, two Champions Leagues titles, five FA Cups and countless other honors. But is Ferguson the greatest manager of all time? And how will Man U fare without him next season? Vote now!
Only four teams remain as the battle to be crowned winner of the UEFA Champions League continues on. It will be the best of Spain taking on the best of Germany, as Bayern drew a matchup with Barcelona, while the other half of the bracket pins Real Madrid against Borussia Dortmund. Which team will play its way to a league title?
Team USA might have benefited from the snow in their win against Costa Rica, but unless there's a blizzard coming that everyone missed, they won't have that luxury in Mexico. Tonight's World Cup qualifier in Estadio Azteca is a daunting one for Team USA, which is 0-5-1 in qualifiers when visiting Mexico. Can the U.S. pull off a win this time?