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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2010
The decision of MLS's disciplinary committee to fine New York Red Bulls star Thierry Henry $2,000 but not suspend him for kicking a dead ball that injured FC Dallas goalkeeper Kevin Hartman did not sit well with Hartman's agent, Ron Waxman. Read the whole story
Three fans of Honduran club Motagua were killed and three others injured when gunmen from a passing automobile opened fire on them Sunday as they walked toward Tegucigalpa's Estadio Nacional for Motagua's match with Real Espana. Read the whole story
The Argentine first division has become wildly unpredictable, writes Tim Vickery, who notes that the last eight championships have been won by eight different clubs. One reason for the parity and unpredictability is the rate at which talent leaves the league. Read the whole story
David Hirshey asks: Has the English Premier League turned into an abattoir of shattered tibias, fractured fibulas and shredded metatarsals? How long before special wings at hospitals are created for the purpose of reattaching EPL players' legs? Read the whole story
Chilean wine producer Concha y Toro has become the official wine of Manchester United, which will serve the its wines, including flagship brand Casillero del Diablo in Old Trafford's hospitality suites. Read the whole story


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