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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2010
Diego Maradona may be the next coach of the Iranian national team, Iran's semi-official Mehr news agency reported. Read the whole story
Paul Oberjurge, familiar to American soccer fans as the long-time soccer writer for Gannett newspapers, is now working for the National in the United Arab Emirates and previews Wednesday's opening game of the 2010 Club World Cup: Hekari United of Papua New Guinea against Al Wahda of the host UAE. ... Read the whole story
The World Cup helped to rebrand South Africa but brought in far less money than anticipated. Tourism during tournament brought in some $519.6 million, far less than the government had initially expected, said Tourism Minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk. Read the whole story
Qatar's selection as host of the 2022 World Cup sent the Qatari stock market index soaring on Sunday, the first trading day after FIFA selected the Gulf state as the host. The Qatar 2022 bid called for billions of dollars of investment in stadiums and other sports facilities, hotels, a ... Read the whole story
Modest Brazilian club Goias, which has been relegated to Brazil's second division for next season, is poised to lift the Copa Sudamericana final on Wednesday (Fox Deportes, 7 pm ET). Read the whole story


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