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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, March 19, 2010
The city of Sialkot in Pakistan produces as many as 60 million hand-stitched soccer balls in a year -- and the firms here are running out of new workers since child labor was abolished. Western buyers may have a clear conscience, but the children of Sialkot now toil in the ... Read the whole story
Paid for without a loan, the new Red Bull Arena represents the biggest and most visible foreign investment ever made in professional soccer in the USA. Read the whole story
Steven Goff reports that MLS labor talks in Washington, D.C., went deep into stoppage time Thursday night/Friday morning. The last he heard, the sides had entered a 14th hour. "Can't they just settle it with penalty kicks? Cannon in goal, Garber steps to the spot ..." jokes Goff. Read the whole story
A 38-year-old fan Paris Saint-Germain fan, who had spent weeks in a coma following an attack by rival PSG supporters, has died. The attack took place during street clashes following a Feb. 28 game. PSG president Robin Leproux called it "a terrible death" and pledged to bring in "heavy, new ... Read the whole story
Players from Italian amateur club San Luca wore black armbands during a game in mourning at the death of a Calabrian Mafia boss Antonio Pelle. The 16 players who made the gesture have been suspended for two games and fined, while the eight-tier team was docked points. The Italian soccer ... Read the whole story


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