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April 16, 1988
The Major Indoor Soccer League remained in business Friday. Negotiations went down to the 9 p.m., PDT, deadline before the MISL Players Assn. reached a new two-year agreement in which they accepted the cost-cutting measures that the owners said were necessary for the league to continue operations. On Feb.
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January 18, 1990 | RANDY HARVEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A hero in November, unemployed in January. Paul Caligiuri said he was stunned when he learned Monday night that the U.S. Soccer Federation had withdrawn its contract offer to him. But Caligiuri, a midfielder from Santa Monica, said he wants to continue playing for the national team as it prepares for this summer's World Cup in Italy. "I want to be with the team even if I have to play for free," Caligiuri said from the team's training camp in La Jolla. "I hope it doesn't come to that.
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January 8, 1990 | RANDY HARVEY
Former UCLA goalkeeper David Vanole, who started three of the United States' eight qualifying games last year for soccer's 1990 World Cup, has been a no-show since the national team opened its training camp Friday in La Jolla. "All we know of David's decision is that I got a note here saying he's not pleased with the general situation and that he's not going to show up," Coach Bob Gansler said Sunday.
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January 8, 1990 | RANDY HARVEY
Former UCLA goalkeeper David Vanole, who started three of the United States' eight qualifying games last year for soccer's 1990 World Cup, has been a no-show since the national team opened its training camp Friday in La Jolla. "All we know of David's decision is that I got a note here saying he's not pleased with the general situation and that he's not going to show up," Coach Bob Gansler said Sunday.
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January 18, 1990 | RANDY HARVEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A hero in November, unemployed in January. Paul Caligiuri said he was stunned when he learned Monday night that the U.S. Soccer Federation had withdrawn its contract offer to him. But Caligiuri, a midfielder from Santa Monica, said he wants to continue playing for the national team as it prepares for this summer's World Cup in Italy. "I want to be with the team even if I have to play for free," Caligiuri said from the team's training camp in La Jolla. "I hope it doesn't come to that.
SPORTS
April 16, 1988
The Major Indoor Soccer League remained in business Friday. Negotiations went down to the 9 p.m., PDT, deadline before the MISL Players Assn. reached a new two-year agreement in which they accepted the cost-cutting measures that the owners said were necessary for the league to continue operations. On Feb.
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