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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2007
In what will surely go down as one of the least surprising decisions in World Cup history, FIFA on Tuesday confirmed that five-time world champion Brazil would host the 2014 finals. The result was never in doubt, really, as Brazil was the only country bidding to host a tournament that ... Read the whole story
Former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has become the hot favorite to succeed Quique Sanchez Flores at Valencia following the latter's dismissal on Monday, according to reports. Ironically, the move would bring the Portuguese tactician back to Stamford Bridge, as Valencia travels to London to play Chelsea in the Champions League ... Read the whole story
Red Bulls coach Bruce Arena criticized star striker Juan Pablo Angel following Saturday's first-leg playoff clash with the New England Revolution, telling reporters the Colombian "could have done a better job of making himself available" during the 0-0 draw. Despite having the majority of possession, New York had a hard ... Read the whole story
All eyes will be on the Eternal City Wednesday night for the biannual derby between AS Roma and Lazio (TV: Fox Soccer Channel, live, 3:25 pm ET). One of the world's great rivalries alongside Rangers-Celtic in Glasgow or Boca-River in Buenos Aires, form means absolutely nothing when these two bitter ... Read the whole story

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