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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, March 31, 2010
New sponsors of the Spain's national team include an American car-maker and a bank whose customers will profit if Spain lifts this summer's World Cup. Read the whole story
Argentina coach Diego Maradona, a national icon for his feats as a player, was bitten in the face by one of his pet dogs and needed had reconstructive surgery on his upper lip. Maradona was released from the hospital on Tuesday in good condition. Argentine television said Maradona was playing ... Read the whole story
Arlo White, the new voice of the Seattle Sounders, arrived in the radio booth with five minutes to spare to call the Seattle-Philadelphia opening game Thursday. His day began in London, where he awaited word whether his passport would be available for him to fly to Seattle to do the ... Read the whole story
The Greek government suspended the national betting monopoly's sponsorship of Greece's Super League worth $54 million in response to persistent crowd violence at and around games in a move the league called "financial blackmail." Read the whole story
Paraguay national team striker Salvador Cabanas, who was shoot in the head at point-blank range on Jan. 25 in a Mexico City nightclub and still has bullet fragment lodged in his skull, has been out taking free kicks and shooting baskets in a rehabilitation clinic in Buenos Aires. Read the whole story


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