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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2007
UEFA's new president Michel Platini has laid out new measures to cut back on referee mistakes, but they don't include video technology. Instead, the former France and Juventus legend advocates upping the number of officials on the field from three to five. The idea is that an extra official on ... Read the whole story
You can believe Real Madrid was happy to see infighting at another club steal headlines on Tuesday, especially because that club was Spanish league leader and bitter rival Barcelona. An incensed Samuel Eto'o, who's missed most of the season through a knee injury, called Coach Franck Rijkaard "a bad person" ... Read the whole story
The rumor mill this week paints a broader picture of disquiet at Europe's top clubs. Real Madrid and Chelsea's woes are well-documented, but reports in the Spanish media indicate that all is not well at Manchester United and Barcelona.Valencia midfielder Hugo Viana revealed that Portugal teammate Cristiano Ronaldo definitely wants ... Read the whole story
They might be fighting like siblings, but Luis Arroye of the Chicago Tribune believes Barcelona's players are once again playing like European Champions. Ronaldinho showed he's back to his best this weekend against Racing Santander, as did Portuguese midfielder Deco. Striker Javier Saviola has been on a goal-scoring tear since ... Read the whole story
American goalkeeper Tim Howard signed a five-year contract with Everton on Wednesday. The Merseyside club is believed to have paid nearly $6 million to Manchester United for his services. The 27-year old has been on loan at Everton all season. Apparently, United Manager Sir Alex Ferguson tried to convince the ... Read the whole story

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