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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Iran's political turmoil has spilled onto the soccer field. The country's authorities have reportedly dealt lifetime bans to a group of Iranian players who wore green wristbands in last Wednesday's World Cup qualifier as a symbol of protest against Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's disputed re-election. According to the pro-government newspaper Iran, four ... Read the whole story
Canadian fans who have long waited for Ali Gerba to join Toronto FC will have to wait a few weeks more before they can see the national star dress for their team. On Tuesday TFC announced the signing of the 27-year-old striker from England's Milton Keynes Dons, but because the ... Read the whole story
The second annual Showdown in Chinatown will take place tonight at Sarah D. Roosevelt Park in lower Manhattan. A fundraiser for the Steve Nash Foundation and the Claudio Reyna Foundation, the event features a mash-up of NBA stars and international soccer stars playing small-sided soccer at a Park that is ... Read the whole story
Brazilian world champion Denilson, who spent half a season with FC Dallas in 2007, lasted just half a game in Vietnam. Denilson scored on a free kick for Hai Phong Cement FC in its 3-1 win over Hoang Anh Gia Lai. He then announced he had aggravated a leg injury ... Read the whole story
ESPN, which recently won the rights to show 46 Premier League matches in Britain next season, will set up a new stand-alone channel to screen the games as it seeks to build a powerful presence in British sport. Lynne Franks, the ESPN executive who brokered the Premier League deal, said: ... Read the whole story

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