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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, July 25, 2006
An appeals court took pity on Italy's fallen giants, reducing the sentence of each for their involvement in a match-fixing scandal. Juventus remained the hardest hit after being relegated to Serie B and docked 17 points instead of 30 from the start of next season. The Scudetto winner also had ... Read the whole story
When you hear news of a sports franchise wanting a new stadium built, you think of epic battles involving investors, municipal governments, and the city's inhabitants. The New Jersey Nets wanting a new home in Brooklyn comes to mind, as does the perennial rumor of a football stadium on Manhattan's ... Read the whole story
Chelsea's public courting of Ashely Cole was met by firm resistance from Arsenal, his current employer, who responded to a $30 million bid for the player by upping his transfer fee to $45 million. Arsenal's stance will most likely do little more than anger Cole, since money matters very little ... Read the whole story
Sir Alex Ferguson's hope of replacing Ruud Van Nistelrooy with Atletico Madrid's Fernando Torres looks to be fading. In a highly irregular display of loyalty from a soccer player in high demand, Torres has said he plans to honor his contract and remain at Atletico, 10th place finishers in La ... Read the whole story
Internazionale, one of the few big clubs in Italy involved in the wide-reaching match-fixing scandal, is said to be closing in on Fiorentina striker Luca Toni. The club has been in pursuit of Serie A's top scorer since the end of last season. Football Italia says Fiorentina could be ready ... Read the whole story

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