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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Feb. 22, 2010
Rob Hughes writes that Inter Milan coach Jose Mourinho is a bitter and twisted man - and a successful one. On Saturday, during his team's scoreless tie with Sampdoria, Inter Milan was reduced by foul play and gamesmanship to nine men before halftime for the second match running. No matter, ... Read the whole story
Rangers goalie Allan McGregor suffered facial injuries after he was head-butted in the eye in what was described as a vicious attack in the streets of Glasgow after a night out at the Karbon nightclub, a popular nightspot of Glaswegian soccer players Read the whole story
More fallout from the Chinese soccer match-fixing scandal: Guangzhou GPC and Chengdu Blades -- owned by English side Sheffield United -- face expulsion from the Super League. Two new teams would join the Super League to keep the total at 16. Read the whole story
The president of Paraguay, Fernando Lugo, visited hosptialized Salvador Cabanas and reported that the Paraguyan striker is "hopeful, talking and exercising" while recovering after being shot in the head Jan. 25 at a Mexico City bar. Read the whole story
Manchester City coach Roberto Mancini, after his team's scoreless tie with Liverpool, is wants Carlos Tevez back ASAP. The Argentine striker has been compassionate leave because his girlfriend delivered their baby one month prematurely. Read the whole story
Cristiano Ronaldo, whom Real Madrid bought from Manchester United last summer for $130 million, led Real to an entertaining 6-2 victory over Villarreal that moved Real within two points of La Liga leaders Barcelona. The Portugal attacker was a constant threat and led the charge with a thunderous free-kick goal ... Read the whole story


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