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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Nov. 23, 2009
Columnist Rob Hughes looks at the game-fixing scandal which is unfolding after German police announced that 15 suspects in Germany and two in Switzerland were under arrest. "This, apparently, is the tip of an iceberg," explains Hughes. "The police claim they have evidence implicating the corrupting of some 200 professional ... Read the whole story
Scott French writes that the Los Angeles Galaxy had a "phenomenal year that exceeded every possible expectation" despite losing MLS Cup 2009 on penalty kicks against Real Salt Lake. "The Galaxy was MLS's most pitied club not much more than a year ago, a failure on the field (on which ... Read the whole story
Although not known for its beaches, Switzerland reached the beach soccer World Cup final, losing 10-5 to Brazil, which has now won four straight crowns. Buru, Betinho and Andre each scored twice while Sidney, Benjamin, Bueno and Daniel Souza also struck. Portugal took third place with a 14-7 over Uruguay. Read the whole story
Serbian health authorities are looking for a mysterious healer who has treated the injuries of several English Premier League players with a cure that includes massage with horse placenta. Marijana Kovacevic apparently has gone underground after health inspectors and police wanted to visit her private clinic in Belgrade. Her reputation ... Read the whole story
In the first leg, quarterfinal games of the Mexican Apertura championship, San Luis upset title favorite, Toluca, 1-0, thanks to a 77th minute strike by Paraguayan Pablo Aguilar. Cruz Azul overcame a two-goal deficit to tie, 4-4, at Puebla, which needs to win the second leg to advance because Cruz ... Read the whole story
Jermain Defoe got all the attention after Tottenham's record-tying 9-1 win over Wigan on Sunday in the English Premier League, but there was a lot of credit to go around after the Spurs won with eight second-half goals. Defoe scored a hat trick in seven minutes and scored five goals, ... Read the whole story


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