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Section 2 Around the Net Editions for June 2010
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, Jun 17, 2010 
Capello fires back at Beckenbauer by Soccer America
Maradona and Messi: a clash of two gods? by Soccer America
Uruguay coach laughs at Parreira's criticism by Soccer America
World Cup scoring way down by Soccer America
World Cup party skips Cape Town by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Jun 16, 2010 
Fans furious over empty seats by Soccer America
FIFA blames no-shows on overseas fans by Soccer America
Honduras' Palacios brothers make history by Soccer America
Capello keeps his players guessing by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Jun 15, 2010 
Security, transportation strikes hit World Cup by Soccer America
Vuvuzela inventor not profiting by Soccer America
Who says 'we' don't like soccer? by Soccer America
Tim Cahill was warned by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Jun 14, 2010 
England's Capello is in denial by Soccer America
Dailies devour most-hyped game ever by Soccer America
Still hope for vuvuzela ban by Soccer America
Police and security guards clash in Durban by Soccer America
Laser aimed at Maradona prompts investigation by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Jun 11, 2010 
Great-granddaughter of Nelson Mandela dies in car crash by Soccer America
Martin Tyler on Bill Buckner and Vince Scully by Soccer America
Drogba trains, could play vs. Portugal by Soccer America
Flag rule reminder by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Thursday, Jun 10, 2010 
Ref for USA-England known for showing cards by Soccer America
Capello blows his top again by Soccer America
North Koreans face punishment in case of defeat by Soccer America
Journalists robbed at gunpoint by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Wednesday, Jun 09, 2010 
Fabio Capello's anger management issues by Soccer America
U.S. midfielder also playing for Scotland by Soccer America
Honduran government gives workers time off by Soccer America
Ralston returns to Revs by Soccer America
Philly sells out new stadium opener by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Tuesday, Jun 08, 2010 
English expectations against USA lowered by Soccer America
U.S. World Cup TV audience keeps growing by Soccer America
Hope for Drogba? by Soccer America
French must prove they deserve 5 stars by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Monday, Jun 07, 2010 
'Honest' Bob leads USA by Soccer America
Maradona aims to emulate Beckenbauer by Soccer America
Bafana Bafana lineup still up in the air by Soccer America
Glazers will need Man U cash to pay debts by Soccer America
Hooligans intercepted by Soccer America
Section 2 Around the Net - Friday, Jun 04, 2010 
An anthem debate in Germany by Soccer America
Mandela expected to attend opener by Soccer America
From sausage and chips in 1966 to sushi in 2010 by Soccer America
Impact congratulates itself by Soccer America
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