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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, April 22, 2010
Four percent of fans would be willing to give away a body part to see their country win this summer's World Cup, according to a survey conducted by VIP Communications Inc. Read the whole story
The Chinese soccer federation (CFA) aims to send up to 500 teenagers to train at top European clubs over the next five years. Read the whole story
Ghana midfielder Michael Essien, his nation's top player, fears he may miss the World Cup because of a knee injury. Read the whole story
While foreign fans have complained about the high cost of attending this summer's World Cup in South Africa, the host's government is issuing free entry visas, which normally cost $57, to ticket-holding visitors. Read the whole story


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