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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, May 18, 2010
U.S. striker Jozy Altidore ran into David Beckham at a Los Angeles Lakers games and told the injured England star, who will miss the World Cup, what to expect from the Group C opening game between the USA and England. Read the whole story
Former England striker Gary Lineker says he will no longer be writing a column for The Mail on Sunday in protest over the newspaper publishing the secretly recorded allegations from FA chief David Triesman about England's rival World Cup bidders. Read the whole story
Barcelona has confirmed it is in talks with New York Red Bulls over a deal that would see Thierry Henry move to MLS after next month's World Cup. Read the whole story
Brazil star Kaka said the injuries that kept him sidelined for several Real Madrid games won't affect his play at the 2010 World Cup, at which Brazil is aiming to lift the title for a sixth time. Read the whole story
FIFA wants to extend for another two years an experiment involving two extra assistant referees behind the goals to help the referee. Read the whole story


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