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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, June 21, 2010
The fan who walked into England's locker room after its 0-0 tie with Algeria and by his account berated the players, claimed he ended up there after following a security guard's directions to restroom. Read the whole story
It wasn't quite like the French, who boycotted practice on Sunday to protest the dismissal of star Nicolas Anelka, but England players showed their displeasure with the state of affairs within the England camp by drawing up a list of demands. Read the whole story
Rob Hughes notes that Brazil's 3-1 win over Ivory Coast was never in doubt after Luis Fabiano scored the first goal, the video of which could be used to teach children how to shoot. But on his second goal, Fabiano handled the ball with both arms before unleashing his shot. Read the whole story
An explosion that could be heard in the media center at Soccer City, the main World Cup stadium, caused concern but was a "controlled explosion" at an explosives factory. Read the whole story

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