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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, July 23, 2010
Islamic authorities in Malaysia disapprove of Manchester United's jersey, because it has a logo with a red devil holding a trident. Read the whole story
Former Brazilian national team coach and World Cup goalkeeper Emerson Leao, now boss of Goias, scuffled with a sideline reporter after a 2-2 tie against Vitoria. Leao approached the Vitoria coach to argue about Vitoria's game-tying goal in the 89th minute. After several radio reporters tried to listen, the fight ... Read the whole story
Copyright issues may force the South African soccer federation (SAFA) to drop its national team's Bafana Bafana nickname, which means "the boys, the boys" in Zulu. Read the whole story
Chilean Manuel Pellegrini, who was fired last June after one season as Real Madrid's coach, has been contacted by Mexican officials about taking over as Mexico coach to succeed Javier Aguirre, according to Pellegrini's agent Jesus Martinez. Read the whole story


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