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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Dec. 13, 2010
Another key soccer official has called on FIFA to switch the 2022 World Cup in Qatar from summer to winter to avoid the heat and to allow neighboring Arab nations to host games. Prince Ali of Jordan is seen as an ally of Qatari Mohmmed Bin Hammam, the Asian Football ... Read the whole story
Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez is adamant that his transfer request is genuine. The request filed last week prompted team officials to suspend him for a Saturday match at West Ham, which City won, 3-1, to move into a first-place tie with Arsenal, which plays Manchester United Monday (ESPN2, 3 ... Read the whole story
Two months after he played for Colombia in a friendly against the U.S. at PPL Park near Philadelphia, keeper Faryd Mondragon appears to be on the verge of signing with the Union. Read the whole story
Steven Goff reports that goalkeeper Pat Onstad is unlikely to return to the Houston Dynamo and has been approached by D.C. United about joining its coaching staff to oversee the keeper corps. Tim Mulqueen, the goalkeeper coach for U.S. youth national teams and the early front-runner for the United opening, ... Read the whole story
A task force comprised of Scottish Premier League (SPL) chief executive Neil Doncaster, chairman Ralph Topping and representatives of five clubs is drawing up plans for a revamped, two-tier league of 10 teams each. Read the whole story

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