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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, July 26, 2007
Iraq needs no introduction as a nation in turmoil, but the exploits of its soccer team once again managed to lift the spirits -- however briefly -- of the war-torn nation. On Wednesday the Iraqis defeated South Korea, 4-3, on penalties in the Asian Cup semifinal; they will meet Saudi ... Read the whole story
The Carlos Tevez affair took yet another interesting twist on Thursday as Brazilian giant Corinthians broke off its partnership with Carlos Tevez' agent, Kia Joorabchian, and his company Media Sport Investment. The Brazilian club made the decision after its board voted unanimously to nullify the deal, which was three years ... Read the whole story
Various reports have linked Argentine wizard Juan Sebastian Veron with Chivas USA of MLS, but Chivas GM Javier Leon would neither confirm nor deny the speculation. Keegan Pierce, the club's director of Communications on Tuesday said the team had never spoke to Veron about joining the club. "If those Argentine ... Read the whole story
Given the lavish spending of Sir Alex Ferguson on new players this summer, supporters would be forgiven for wondering where Manchester United's money is coming from. United is the most heavily indebted club in the English Premier League. Its borrowings total $1.32 billion. Using a little math, the Guardian points ... Read the whole story


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