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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Oct. 11, 2010
Steve Davis explains his love-hate relationship with Fox Soccer Channel. Before proclaiming "all that said ... no kidding: I love you FSC. I’m glad you’re around," Davis complains about, "Habitually inaccurate graphics. Chatty and/or corny announcers (who can also be wildly inaccurate). Shoddy camera work or poor direction. Lame quality ... Read the whole story
Jean-Claude Dassier, president of Marseille, says the French club plans on taking unspecified legal action against Manchester City midfielder Nigel De Jong, who broke the leg of Newcastle winger Hatem Ben Arfa. Read the whole story
Vilified Liverpool owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett could have been acclaimed as heroes if their takeover in 2007 had triggered construction of a new stadium, contends chairman Martin Broughton. Read the whole story
Carlos Tevez, Manchester City's 26-year-old captain, says he's not enjoying life as a soccer player and is considering an early retirement. The Argentine, who had an argument with Man City boss Roberto Mancini at halftime of last week's win over Newcastle, says his body is worn down and his family ... Read the whole story
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has promised to head Russia's delegation at the FIFA executive committee meetings in Zurich, where the hosts of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups will be chosen on Dec. 2. Read the whole story


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