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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, Sept. 23, 2010
Zinedine Zidane, hero of France's 1998 World Cup championship team, criticized former France team doctor Jean-Pierre Paclet for his book "Implosion," in which he claimed that "blood sample tests on several France players just before the 1998 World Cup revealed anomalies. Read the whole story
Brazil's Santos may have gotten more than it bargained for when it blocked the move of 18-year-old star Neymar to Chelsea. Read the whole story
David Beckham's management company plans to sue U.S. magazine In Touch for claims that the Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder slept with prostitutes. Beckham's representatives said in a statement that the allegations were "completely untrue and totally ridiculous as the magazine was clearly told before publication. ... Read the whole story
Roy Hodgson, who replaced Rafael Benitez at the Liverpool helm in the offseason, has apologized for Liverpool's English League Cup loss to fourth division Northampton, which prevailed on penalty kicks following a 2-2 tie. Read the whole story
Sunderland defender Titus Bramble, who denies any wrongdoing, has been released on bail after being arrested on suspicion of rape. Police had detained the 29-year-old Bramble and his brother Tesfaye after the alleged rape of a woman at a city center hotel was reported early Wednesday. Read the whole story


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