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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, May 21, 2010
St. Louis' pro teams -- the men's AC St. Louis of the USSF Division 2 Professional League and Athletica of Women's Professional Soccer (WPS) -- are facing severe financial challenges. Major investors based in England contracted to support both teams through 2011 have run into "funding difficulties" that have put ... Read the whole story
While it remains to be seen whether Italian Fabio Capello become a World Cup champion coach, he's surely a contender for World Cup micro-manager. The England has implemented a strict dress code, deciding what his players will wear each day. Read the whole story
The Algeria-Egypt World Cup qualifying series that stoked violence in both African countries has been finally put to rest. FIFA ordered Egypt to pay a $88,160 fine and play its first two matches in the 2014 World Cup qualifying 100 kilometers from Cairo due to the incidents that erupted before ... Read the whole story
Bruce McGuire offers his rant on ESPN staffing a Brit-only booth crew for this summer's World Cup. Read the whole story


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