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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, May 26, 2010
U.S. national team coach Bob Bradley named his 23-player roster for the World Cup on Wednesday. Bradley and the 23 players he's taking to South Africa gathered for the announcement at ESPN studios in Bristol, Conn. The big surprise was the absence of veteran Brian Ching and selection of Robbie ... Read the whole story
Juergen Klinsmann provided some details of why negotiations with the U.S. Soccer Federation in 2006 to become U.S. national team coach broke down. He said he wasn't guaranteed top players the following summer for two preparation tournaments ahead of World Cup qualifying. Read the whole story
Siphiwo Ntshebe, the 34-year-old South African opera singer due to perform in the World Cup opening ceremonies, died Tuesday after a short battle with acute bacterial meningitis. Read the whole story
Argentina coach Diego Maradona has promised to run naked through the center of Buenos Aires if Argentina wins the World Cup. Read the whole story
FIFA medical chief Michel D'Hooghe wants referees at this summer's World Cup in South Africa to crack down on players who commit dangerous tackles and plans to give referees plenty of instruction and warning. Read the whole story


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