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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, July 19, 2006
Manchester United's massive debt refinancing program does not in fact mean more money for extra players, according to the UK's Daily Telegraph. The £660 million package increases the amount of money borrowed against the club's assets, but it cuts back on interest payments owed by more than 30 percent. All ... Read the whole story
In Florence, they're using images of Medieval poet Dante Alighieri as a rhetorical device to show the Italian Soccer Federation that they city's favorite club, Fiorentina, is innocent of the match fixing charges of which it was found guilty. A 3-D image of the renowned poet presents a new video ... Read the whole story
How quickly things turn in the world of post-scandal Italian soccer. Gianluigi Buffon is not leaving Juventus, if you believe his agent, and neither are Pavel Nedved or Alessandro Del Piero. But don't expect to see David Trezeguet, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Patrick Vieira, Emerson, Fabio Cannavaro, Gianluca Zambrotta or Lilian Thuram ... Read the whole story
It looks like Barcelona has beaten Real Madrid and Chelsea to Italian defender Gianluca Zambrotta's signature. Goal.com reports that Zambrotta and fellow Juventus teammate Lilian Thuram are set to join Barcelona for a combined 19 million euros. Negotiations with the players are to be concluded this evening, following which a ... Read the whole story
Ruud van Nistelrooy is still not a Real Madrid player, Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson emphasized during a press conference today in Cape Town. While his move to Spain looked certain according to reports last night, Ferguson revealed that the Old Trafford club turned Real Madrid down. "There is ... Read the whole story


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