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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, April 23, 2009
Former U.S. national team coach Bora Milutinovic has officially taken over as the head coach of the Iraqi national soccer team. Milutinovic signed his contract during a ceremony in Baghdad on Thursday, saying the lingering violence in Iraq did not deter him from accepting the post. Milutinovic has led five ... Read the whole story
"I've said from the beginning that we have a deep team and it was fun to get them on the field and let them show what they're about, their character, the qualities of why we brought some of them here," said third-year United coach Tom Soehn. "It's probably one of ... Read the whole story
"I truly believe that I am joining a club that has the potential, ambition and infrastructure to once again be a Premier League side," Roy Keane said of the English League Championship's Ipswich Town. "The club's owner and chief executive impressed upon me their total focus on achieving this quest ... Read the whole story
Germany defender Arne Friedrich has been involved in a police sting after a thief attempted to bribe 5,000 euros ($6,475) from him for his Euro 2008 watch, it was reported on Wednesday. The 29-year-old Hertha Berlin captain had his engraved Euro 2008 watch stolen two months ago while he was ... Read the whole story
Three Romanian referees were arrested Thursday. Police arrested two on charges that they took bribes in exchange for rigging matches in favor of Romanian club FC Arges in 2008. Another referee was accused of being paid to write a favorable report about FC Arges, anti-corruption prosecutors said. The three referees ... Read the whole story
Despite all the game's green fields, soccer isn't the world's greenest global industry. On Earth Day, Goal.com provided some quick tips to help make your experience with the game a more environmentally friendly one. For example, try using a soccer ball from Fair Trade Sports, based in Bainbridge Island, Wash. ... Read the whole story


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