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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2010
Martin Broughton, Christian Purslow and Ian Ayre aren't the reinforcements Liverpool needs on the field after a horrendous start to the English Premier League season, but the Liverpool board members were treated as heroes by Reds supporters when they emerged from the packed Court 18 of the Royal Courts of ... Read the whole story
Former Kansas City Wizards and Real Salt Lake forward Yura Movsisyan, who was on track to become eligible for the United States, scored in his third straight game for Armenia in Euro 2012 qualifying when he helped defeat Andorra, 4-0, on Tuesday. Read the whole story
The announced attendance for the USA's scoreless tie with Colombia on Tuesday at PPL Park in Chester, Pa., was only 8,823. And Charles Cuttone reports the crowd was mostly supporting Colombia. Read the whole story
FIFA said it will look at 13 different goal-line technology systems to help match officials make more accurate decisions. It will also discuss worldwide trials using additional officials behind each goal to help referees rule on goal-line judgments and penalty area decisions when the rule-making IFAB panel meets Oct. 20. Read the whole story
Central defender Jay DeMerit started all four games for the USA at 2010 World Cup, then found himself unemployed. Read the whole story


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