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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2010
The ankle injury suffered by U.S. midfielder Benny Feilhaber on Monday while practicing with his Danish club Aarhus was initially suspected to be a severe sprain that would sideline him for two weeks. However, scans revealed cartilage damage. Aarhuspress officer Christian Haarslov said Feilhaber will be rested for a week ... Read the whole story
Danny Jordaan, CEO of South Africa's 2010 World Cup Organizing Committee, was once was an anti-apartheid activist campaigning to keep South Africa out of international sports. Now he's in charge of preparing his country to be the first on the continent to host the premier tournament of the world's most ... Read the whole story
In "Pelada," a movie that premiers this month at the South by Southwest film festival, four young Americans embark on a six-month odyssey to 25 different countries, playing pickup games in locales that most American tourists avoid. From a prison in Bolivia to a game with bootleggers in Kenya, from ... Read the whole story
The death last week of Orlando Pecanha at the age of 74 prompted Tim Vickery to look back at the history of Brazil's defense. Pecanha played in the central defense alongside Bellini, the team captain, when Brazil won its first World Cup, in 1958 in Sweden. Read the whole story
Six Partizan Belgrade fans among the thousands who chanted death threats and insults at B92 reporter Brankica Stankovic during a match in December between Partizan Belgrade and Ukrainian club Shakhtar Donetsk have been charged by Serbia's state prosecuto. They also tossed around and punctured an inflatable rubber effigy of her. Read the whole story


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