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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, April 20, 2010
England, the USA's first opponent at the 2010 World Cup, has personnel problems according to Kevin McCarra, who points out that when Coach Fabio Capello watches a club game his gaze must be fixed on national team players "who are not there." Read the whole story
The French soccer federation (FFF) said Franck Ribery and Sidney Govou must be presumed innocent at this stage after being heard as witnesses by police investigating a prostitution network. Read the whole story
Grant Wahl caught up with former Colorado and MetroStars striker Shaun Bartlett, who scored 28 goals for South Africa in 74 games, including two strikes at the 1998 World Cup. Read the whole story
South Africa president Jacob Zuma opened a new $295 million terminal building at Johannesburg's O.R. Tambo airport as World Cup organizers stressed they have not overspent on hosting the world's biggest sporting event. Read the whole story
D.C. United, which has started the season with three loss, has more injury problems. Read the whole story
FC Dallas has hired former Penn State head coach Barry Gorman as the club's first technical director. Read the whole story


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