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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, Nov. 18, 2010
FIFA executive committee members Amos Adamu and Reynald Temarii have been suspended for three years and one year, respectively, concluding the investigation of FIFA's ethics committee into the sting operation of the Sunday Times and revelations that would trade support for "soccer projects" for their vote. Read the whole story
England coach Fabio Capello hit back at the English press, which lambasted him following England's 2-1 loss to France -- a game in which England was dominated. Read the whole story
After being abused by both Italian and Romanian fans during Wednesday's friendly game in Austria, Italy striker Mario Balotelli, born to Ghanaian parents, said he alone can't stop racism. Read the whole story
Former Nigerian international and MLS veteran Michael Emenalo, who played college soccer at Boston University and for the San Jose Clash, has been appointed first-team assistant coach for Chelsea. Read the whole story


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