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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2006
Foreign investors are swarming all over English Premier League clubs, leaving Arsene Wenger to fear that Arsenal would be left "dead" as a competitive force if the trend continues. Next month, investors backed by a Dubai-based billionaire are expected to complete a takeover of Liverpool, which would make Chelsea-like funds ... Read the whole story
Real Salt Lake has presented its case to Salt Lake County officials in the hope that it will help the club construct a $110-million soccer stadium. To churn a profit from the endeavor, RSL is betting on high attendance, concerts, investors and sponsorships, predicting a bright future for the barely ... Read the whole story
Pato Alexandre, the highly-touted Brazilian teenager, scored the first goal for Internacional yesterday during its 2-1 victory over Al Ahly of Egypt in the Club World Cup semifinals Wednesday in Yokohama. Seventeen-year old Pato, which means "duck" in both Portuguese and Spanish, headed the ball in the back of the ... Read the whole story
West Ham United officially named Alan Curbishley as the club's manager on Wednesday. After Alan Pardew was sacked on Monday, Curbishley, a former West Ham player in the late '70s, immediately became the favorite to replace to him. Curbishley was manager of Charlton Athletic for an amazing 15 years before ... Read the whole story
The CBF, Brazil's soccer federation, officially lodged in a bid for the 2014 World Cup, as was widely expected. Under FIFA's new rotation system, which begins with South Africa in 2010, each continent will receive the opportunity to host world's biggest sporting event. Brazil's 2014 bid is undisputed by its ... Read the whole story


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