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October 04, 1971 | Hugh McIlvanney
Nobody watched as Dallas beat Atlanta, but a British expert finds some signs that everybody's game of football may yet catch on here
May 07, 1973 | Gwilym S. Brown
The first hint that Phil Woosnam must be a very stubborn man comes from the short, bristling crew cut he has worn for 15 years. The next is that he is commissioner of the North American Soccer League. The NASL is a...
May 21, 1973
BRICKBATS FOR DESISSirs:Saying that the American League's designated hitters get more hits than the National League's pitchers (Off the Bike and into the Box, May 7) is like saying that bricklayers lay more bricks...
September 06, 1976 | J. D. Reed
The league brass was hoping for a win by the Kicks, who had the right image. But ethnic Toronto, which did not, beat them 3-0 to take home the NASL title
April 11, 1977 | J.D. Reed
Foreign stars used to snicker at the NASL, but as the league opens its 11th season, and the renowned Pelé (above) starts his 21st and last, it now has respect