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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Oct. 29, 2010
FIFA's executive committee will go ahead with its selection of the 2018 and 2022 World Cup hosts as scheduled on Dec. 2 in Zurich. Suggestions that the meeting be postponed in wake of the growing scandal that has resulted in the suspension of two executive committee members were rejected. Read the whole story
Landon Donovan, winner of last season's MLS MVP Award, didn't make the final 2010 MVP candidate list despite leading the league in assists. He is just fine with that, reports Scott French, and was ecstatic to see teammate Edson Buddle's name among the finalists -- along with FC Dallas midfielder ... Read the whole story
American John Henry, whose New England Sports Ventures recently completed the purchase of Liverpool, said stories about Reds stars like goalie Pepe Reina leaving during the January transfer window are "destructive and unwarranted" Read the whole story
Tales Azzoni reports on young Brazilians who are shipped to European clubs at younger and younger ages. Their personal growth isn't all that's jeopardized by leapfrogging childhood. Their development as players can also suffer, derailing their careers and possibly costing Brazil a future star. Read the whole story
UEFA awarded Italy a 3-0 victory over Serbia by forfeit for the Euro 2012 qualifying game in Genoa abandoned after just six minutes when Serbian hooligans in the traveling section threw objects on to the field and caused problems in the stands. Read the whole story


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