November 12, 2009

Enke redux and LINKS

Lots of fallout from the tragic Robert Enke suicide. Here were the main stories from yesterday.

The guy was depressed, he left a good-bye note and Germany called off its friendly with Chile.

Oh and caught up with Clint Mathis, an ex-teammate of the goalkeeper.

Now the links:
  • Soccer violence extends to college men now. [NWI Times]
  • USL responds to breakaway league. [USL Soccer]
  • Two-tier Premiership in the works? [Guardian]
  • Freddy Adu update from across the pound. [Chris Bevan]
  • Where are the great English managers? [Footy Factor]
  • Chelsea to be without Bosingwa for three months. [SI]
  • Ex-Real prez busted for illegal art exports. [NY Times]
  • Weekly quotes of the week this week. [SSN]
  • Luke Young retires internationally. [Daily Mail]
  • Argentine dude busted for racism. [Reuters]
  • Sounders FC postseason awards. Good stuff. [SSE]
  • Nani: Blame Fergie for me sucking. [The Sun]
  • 40 lashes for drinking? Harsh. [ONTD]
  • Barca VP quits team's exec. board. [ESPN]
  • Drogba to fund African hospital. [TOW]
  • Inflation could hurt S. Africa post-W.C. [Yahoo!]
  • FA selects players from drug testing. [BBC]

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