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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2009
Will South Africa's investment in World Cup stadiums prove worthwhile or stand as spectacular monuments to extravagance and waste in a country still struggling to spread the fruits of majority rule? The nation is close to completing 10 top-class venues that bear comparison with the world's best, proving wrong skeptics ... Read the whole story
That Brazil is hosting the 2014 World Cup has brought particular urgency to addressing crowd problems in Brazilian soccer. Its most exciting league championship in years was marred by two incidents of crowd trouble. One was in the line to buy tickets for Flamengo's crunch game against Gremio, where the ... Read the whole story
Arsenal star Cesc Fabregas, rumored to be the target of Barcelona and Real Madrid, says he's only thinking about Arsenal. "I have a clear head," he says. "I am very happy at Arsenal, and I still have a lot left to do in England. I only want to say that. ... Read the whole story
Eric Frimpong, a native of Ghana, was instrumental in UC Santa Barbara's 2006 national championship. Soon after hoisting the trophy - and being drafted by the Kansas City Wizards of Major League Soccer - he was arrested for and subsequently convicted of raping a 19-year-old university freshman. Joel Engel has ... Read the whole story
Italian Pierluigi Collina, regarded as one of the best referees of all-time and currently a member of the UEFA Referees Committee, has come out in favor of the use of video technology in soccer. "Things cannot continue as they are," he said. "Referees take the field knowing the match will ... Read the whole story


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