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L. Jon Wertheim
May 18, 1998
May and June are to soccer fans what April is to accountants—the busy time of the year. Major League Soccer is in full swing in this country, championship cups are being contested across Europe, and in June the World Cup kicks off in France. If there aren't enough corner kicks and yellow cards in your morning paper, let the Web keep you up to date as the football action around the globe reaches fever pitch.
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May 18, 1998

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May and June are to soccer fans what April is to accountants—the busy time of the year. Major League Soccer is in full swing in this country, championship cups are being contested across Europe, and in June the World Cup kicks off in France. If there aren't enough corner kicks and yellow cards in your morning paper, let the Web keep you up to date as the football action around the globe reaches fever pitch.

?www.soccertv.com
Aptly billed as The Ultimate Guide to Televised Soccer, this site tells you which way to turn your satellite dish to see matches in every major league and competition in the world.

?www.soccernet.com
News, standings, statistics and analyses of matches from South America to Scotland can be found here; you may also weigh in with your predictions for upcoming games.

?www.worldmedia.fr/soccer
Hang out in the World Cup Caf� for news, schedules and previews for all 32 teams in the world's most watched event, which begins in Paris on June 10, and let the Cafe's "Regulars" guide you through Cup history and cybertours of the 10 French cities in which matches will be played. Vous ne parlez pas fran�ais? No problema, amigo. Five languages are spoken here.

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sites we'd like to see

?www.oldguard.org
Home page of the NBA's veteran-dominated All-Defensive team.

?www.birddogs.com
Bulletin board for disgruntled fans of underachieving, highly paid Orioles.

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