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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, July 13, 2010
San Francisco Chronicle TV critic Tim Goodman writes that watching the 2010 World Cup got him hooked on soccer. Read the whole story
Now that the World Cup is over, what tangible, long-term benefits will there be for South Africa? The South African government spent $4.3 billion for the World Cup, and provincial and municipal governments chipped in $400 million to $900 million, mostly in infrastructure and construction costs. Read the whole story
Sooner or later, the vuvuzela noise will fade into distant memory -- one hopes. But Brazil's Felipe Melo, who is being scapegoated for his team's 2-1 quarterfinal exit to the Netherlands, is getting a last word in. Read the whole story
Residents of troubled Chester, Pa., obtained 260 of the 491 "game-day" positions at Philadelphia Union's new PPL Park offered during a recent career fair, contributing to the city's revival. Read the whole story


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