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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, May 20, 2010
Spain champion Barcelona is to sign Spain striker David Villa from Valencia in a transfer worth $49 million. Read the whole story
After their team won the Nebraska State Boys Soccer Championship, Lincoln East High School students rushed the field and some tossed home-made "green cards" into the air. The cards floated down around the Omaha South High players, many of whom are of Hispanic heritage. Read the whole story
The most notable absentee from the Bayern Munich team that will face Inter Milan in Saturday's UEFA Champions League final is Italian striker Luca Toni, loaned out to Roma during the winter following a falling out with Coach Louis van Gaal. Read the whole story
Brazil must invest $20 billion in infrastructure projects and public transportation to prepare for hosting the 2014 World Cup, according to Brazilian sports minister Orlando Silva. Read the whole story
Jeff Bradley, a sportswriter for ESPN The Magazine and younger brother of U.S. national team coach Bob Bradley, remembers Colonel John McHugh, who captained the 1985 Army men's soccer team and was recently killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan. Jeff Bradley and McHugh were teammates on the same American ... Read the whole story


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