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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Jan. 21, 2011
Former U.S. national team goalkeeper Brad Friedel, currently with the English Premier League's Aston Villa, has been declared bankrupt with debts of 5 million British pounds stemming from the 28-acre not-for-profit Premier Soccer Academies he launched in 2007 in his home state of Ohio. Read the whole story
The David Beckham-Tottenham saga took another twist Thursday when the Galaxy refused to give permission for him to play in a closed-door training match against Queens Park Rangers. Read the whole story
The social networking site Facebook helped lead police to the main suspect in the shooting of the Paraguayan forward Salvador Cabanas, according to reports in the Mexican media. Read the whole story
United Kingdon Minister of Sport Hugh Robertson has harsh words about how British soccer is run and "action is needed." Read the whole story
Four years ago, Afshin Ghotbi was an assistant coach for the Iranian team that was knocked out of the 2007 Asian Cup quarterfinals. On Saturday, his tenure as head coach of Iran will end if South Korea wins the rematch at the same of this year's competition. Read the whole story


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