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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Jan. 25, 2010
Striker Salvador Cabanas, a key member of World Cup-bound Paraguay, was in critical condition Monday after being shot in the head at a Mexico City bar. Cabanas, who plays for Mexico's Club America and was South America's Player of the Year in 2007, was conscious when he arrived at the ... Read the whole story
Robinho, whom Manchester City bought for $52 million from Real Madrid in 2008, said he's leaving England after he scored Man City's fourth goal in a 4-2 FA Cup win over Scunthorpe last weekend to join Santos, the Brazilian club that launched him to stardom. "I am going through a ... Read the whole story
The Spanish media weren't buying Cristiano Ronaldo's claim that he broke the nose of Malaga's Patrick Mtiliga by accident. Ronaldo was red-carded for the incident after scoring both goals in Real Madrid's 2-0 on Sunday. It was the second ejection of the season for the world's most expensive player. The ... Read the whole story
Bolton coach Owen Coyle says American midfielder Stuart Holden will sign with the English Premier League club today. The 24-year-old who played the last four seasons with the Houston Dynamo has 11 caps and two goals for the USA. Coyle, who is also signing Slovakia midfielder Vladimir Weiss, expects Holden ... Read the whole story
Philadelphia Union president Tom Veit says he's sure the new MLS team will sell out its new 18,500-seat stadium in Chester. Veit bases his optimism on his analysis on current sales (9,000 season tickets already sold), trends in ticket purchases, and the depth of the regional soccer market. "To sell ... Read the whole story
Inter Milan beat archrival AC Milan, 2-0, on Sunday despite finishing the game with nine men. Referee Gianluca Rocchi ejected midfielder Wesley Sneijder in the 27th minute and Lucio in stoppage time. Said Inter coach Jose Mourinho: "We would have won this game even with seven men. Maybe with six ... Read the whole story


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