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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010
The World Cup 2018/22 bid process is quickly degenerating into a farce as England has filed a complaint against 2018 opponent Russia for remarks by bid leader Alexei Sorokin critical of London's high crime rate and levels of teenage drinking, as well as the "ethnic hatred" Manchester United incited by ... Read the whole story
IOC president Jacques Rogge called on FIFA to clean up its house following allegations of vote-selling and collusion in the contest for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups. Read the whole story
Goalkeeper David James holds the all-time record for English Premier League appearances and shutouts and played more than 50 times for England, including three games at the 2010 World Cup. In his column for the Guardian, he details some of the differences between life in the EPL and the Championship ... Read the whole story
Rob Hughes reports that earlier this week the British Parliament debated about what is to be done about soccer. The members of Britain&'s house of politics lamented some players' being paid upward of $1.6 million a month and castigated player agents as parasites. They regretted foreign ownership of England's clubs. ... Read the whole story
Bayern Munich coach Louis van Gaal thanked FIFA chief Sepp Blatter for helping his team secure a 2-1 German Cup win over Werder Bremen -- because of Blatter's refusal to introduce video technology. Read the whole story


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