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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Saturday, Jan. 30, 2010
England captain John Terry lost his legal battle to keep allegations about his private life secret after a judge ruled that his claim for a gag order had more to do with protecting lucrative sponsorship deals than his family's privacy. As a result of the judge's decision, the English media ... Read the whole story
In the wake of the Los Angeles Sol's collapse, Martin Rogers reports that rumors started to surface in Brazil that the brilliant Marta, a four-time World Women's Player of the Year, would seek an out from her American contract. WPS was adamant such a scenario would not take place, and ... Read the whole story
Michael Orozco, a 23-year-old Southern California product who has played for Mexican club San Luis since 2006, is is joining the Philadelphia Union, where he'll be reunited with Coach Peter Nowak, who coached Orozco on the U.S. U-23 national team at the 2008 Olympic Games. Orozco will be on loan ... Read the whole story
Fiorentina's Romanian striker Adrian Mutu faces a ban for doping after he tested positive for sibutramine, a banned substance principally used in the treatment of obesity but which can enable an athlete to increase his level of aggression. Mutu's mother, Rodica Mutu, suggested she was to blame, saying she left ... Read the whole story
England and Chelsea star Ashley Cole has been banned from driving for doing more than 100 mph in a 50 mph zone. He claimed he was being chased by paparazzi when a speed gun recorded him driving his black Lamborghini Gallardo at 104 mph. In addition to the four-month ban, ... Read the whole story
Steven Goff reports that MLS's all-time leader in games played and assists, midfielder Steve Ralston, will not return to the New England Revolution. The 35-year-old spent the last eight of his 14 MLS seasons with New England. His first six were with the now defunct Tampa Bay Mutiny. Ralston is ... Read the whole story


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