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The Daily Dirt: David Beckham needs some cash

New stadiums are expensive.

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David Beckham is looking for help to pay for Miami's MLS stadium, according to the Herald. Beckham is reportedly in talks with "Russian business tycoon Roman Abramovich, the owner of English Premier League giant Chelsea; a Chinese group; a few Americans; and a couple of groups from the Middle East, including Qatar Sports Investments (QSI), which owns the top soccer team in the French league, Paris Saint Germain (PSG)."

USWNT responds to US Soccer lawsuit, calling their claims 'fiction' [SBN]

Attorneys for the players put claim the Memorandum of Understanding does not constitute a Collective Bargaining Agreement and accuse U.S. Soccer of intentionally misleading the court.

Angry soccer fans rained tennis balls on the field mid-game to protest ticket prices [SBN]

Borussia Dortmund fans are the latest to express their anger over costly ticket prices. Though, this protest comes off more adorable than anything else.

West Ham 2, Liverpool 1 (aet): Set Pieces and Wasted Chances [The Liverpool Offside]

Liverpool crashed out of the FA Cup fourth round Tuesday, losing to West Ham for the third time this season in all competitions. The game looked to be headed for penalty kicks, but Angelo Ogbonna headed in a winner in the 121st minute.

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Hawks vs Bulls preview: Atlanta hopes to head into All-Star break on a high note [Peachtree Hoops]

Having lost two in a row and five of eight, the Hawks need something to smile about before an extended layoff. It's no surprise that with the recent struggles, Atlanta continues to explore trade options.