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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Jan. 3, 2011
FIFA president Sepp Blatter plans on creating an anti-corruption committee in the wake of the allegations that shook soccer's governing body last year, when two of FIFA's 24-man executive committee, Reynald Temarii and Amos Adamu, were suspended after allegations they had offered to sell their votes in the contest to ... Read the whole story
Ralf Rangnick, who lead the tiny team from the third level of German soccer to the Bundesliga, has quit after four and a half years in charge in protest over the decision to sell Brazilian defender Luiz Gustavo to champion Bayern Munich. Read the whole story
As if his training stint with Glasgow Celtic hadn't been contentious enough, Toronto FC attacker Dwayne De Rosario has not cast his boyhood home of Scarborough, Ont., in a flattering light during an interview.< Read the whole story
Xavi, who last summer celebrated the World Cup title with Spain, tied the Barcelona record for appearances when he played his 549th game for the club in its 2-1 La Liga victory over Levante on Sunday. Xavi equals the club mark set by Migueli during the 1980s. Read the whole story
"Bend It Like Beckham," the 2002 British dramedy about two high school girls playing on a club soccer team, became the first Western film shown on North Korea's state TV when it was broadcast in late December. Read the whole story

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