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Watching Guillermo Barros Schelotto's Lanús tightening the noose on Ponte Preta in the Copa Sudamericana final.
Fascinating 10 days in Brazil. Just ask "What's the mood toward World Cup?" & listen. Activists here… http://t.co/SZYlz6LPIp
Elmo Cordeiro, 79, was a ballboy for USA 1, England 0 in World Cup 1950 in Belo Horizonte http://t.co/p7NqvVOrmg
Landed in Belo Horizonte & ran into Atlético Mineiro fans headed to Club World Cup in Morocco. How is Fernandinho being allowed to play?
New England GK Matt Reis retires from soccer. One of MLS's classiest players ends a long career.
Just landed and surprised to see Galatasaray advance ahead of Italian champion Juventus in Champions League.
Next-level cluelessness: Newcastle United wants media to pay for interview access to its players http://t.co/PuyIQymOZk
On the way to Belo Horizonte, site of USA 1, England 0 in World Cup 1950. Thinking of Haitian-American goal-scorer Joe Gaetjens.
Congrats to SI's @BrianStraus for being on top of the Jason Kreis/NYCFC story ahead of everyone else.
At a protest gathering in Rio de Janeiro for international Human Rights Day http://t.co/gmdT8ZvjP3
Walking out the tunnel at the new Maracanā stadium in Rio de Janeiro http://t.co/HNK6MaQ3VY
Pablo Mastroeni retires from soccer. 1 MLS Cup title, 2 World Cups, including 2002 World Cup quarterfinals.
Obama-Castro handshake reminds me of trip to Cuba during '08 presidential campaign. Cubans thought if Obama won he would stop the blockade.
Kljestan used aggressive treatment to kill pre-cancerous spots on face. Focusing on protection so spots don't return & turn into cancer.