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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, May 27, 2010
UEFA, soccer's European governing body, beginning in 2012-13 plans to ban clubs from its competition that do not balance their books. The idea is to stop clubs spending on players' wages beyond their income. Read the whole story
The Brazilian government has cut beer duties to avoid shortages during the World Cup because local brewers warned they would be unable to meet surging demand despite sharply increasing production. Read the whole story
With Inter Milan coach Jose Mourinho waiting in the shadows, Real Madrid has sacked Coach Manuel Pellegrini after one season. Read the whole story
Germany forward Thomas Mueller needed stitches on his chin and scraped his knee after falling off a mountain bike during a ride that was part of a training session in northern Italy. Read the whole story


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