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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, Jan. 21, 2010
Manchester City forward Carlos Tevez defended his goal celebrations -- cupping his ears -- after scoring twice to beat his former team, Manchester United, 2-1 in the Carling Cup, and said the response of Man U's Gary Neville -- flipping the middle finger -- was disrespectful. Tevez said his own ... Read the whole story
After being fired as coach of Greek club Olympiakos, former Brazilian great Zico admitted he was rethinking his future as a coach. He was fired on Tuesday, two days after a scoreless draw with Kavala extended Olympiakos' winless streak to three matches and left it seven points behind leader Panathinaikos, ... Read the whole story
John Cross writes that Arsenal's Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas is easily the top EPL player so far this season. That he's enjoying the best season of his career, scoring goals, destroying opponents and revelling in a new formation. Fabregas has rebounded from last season's frustration, when he was out injured ... Read the whole story
Tim Vickery explains why the Brazilian league format, which still includes 27 state championships, hurts the domestic game. The country as big as a continent is divided into 27 states and its soccer structure is based not on the clubs, but on the various state federations. "In such a huge ... Read the whole story
Colombian league midfielder Javier Florez, who was convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to three years probation after confessing to killing a heckling fan in July, has returned to the field for Atletico Junior. He played 75 minutes in a reserve game on Tuesday. After an Atletico Junior loss on July ... Read the whole story
Justino Fernandes, the director of the Africa Cup of Nations Organizing Committee, has criticized the Togo national team -- which pulled out of the tournament after its bus was machine-gunned upon entering tournament host country Angola -- for not coming by plane. An assistant coach and a press officer with ... Read the whole story
Columbus Crew president and general manager Mark McCullers was injured in a personal-watercraft accident while on vacation in Puerto Rico and was transported to a hospital. "I'm OK," he said via text message. "Pretty banged up. Got hit by another Jet Ski broadside. Never saw it coming."   Read the whole story


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