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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Dec. 19, 2014
LA Galaxy left back Robbie Rogers has spoken out about FIFA's decision to stage the next two World Cups 2018 in countries that are hostile to homosexuality. Rogers, the most high-profile professional soccer player to come out as being gay, appeared on Sky Sports News on Thursday to promote his ... Read the whole story
New MLS club Orlando City on Friday announced the signing of U.S. national team midfielder Brek Shea from Premier League club Stoke City. The former FC Dallas star, 24, spent the last two seasons at the Britannia Stadium, where he struggled for playing time. Read the whole story
FIFA's executive committee on Friday agreed unanimously to publish Michael Garcia's report into the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups -- at least to the extent that is legally possible. The officials agreed to the proposal without a vote being taken, but nothing will be published until ... Read the whole story
According to Italian soccer site Calciomercato, Manchester United may consider getting second-choice striker Radamel Falcao's huge wages off its during the January transfer window, with Juventus among the teams interested in the Colombian internaitional's signature. The former Porto and Atletico Madrid striker would not be ineligible for the UEFA Champions ... Read the whole story
Mario Balotelli received a one game ban and a fine of 25,000 pounds after being found guilty of breaching English FA for a controversial post on his Instagram account that showed the Nintendo video game character Super Mario accompanied by racist and discriminatory language. The ban, which was accepted Friday ... Read the whole story
Borussia Dortmund forward Marco Reus has been handed one of the biggest driving fines in German history after using his car without a valid license. Apparently, the Germany international, who has endured several injuries in 2014, was stopped while driving his Aston Martin through the streets of Dortmund after practice ... Read the whole story


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