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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Jan. 31, 2011
The 2022 World Cup is still 11 years away, and so the few problems that arose as Qatar hosted the 2011 Asian Cup the past three weeks are far from dire. Nonetheless, questions will persist about whether the World Cup should be staged during the winter rather than in the ... Read the whole story
Dutch midfielder Marc van Bommel, just acquired from Bayern Munich, was ejected for foul play in the 54th minute of his Serie A debut for AC Milan. Read the whole story
Bayern Munich keeps living up to its nickname , FC Hollywood. The last episode of the soap opera featured Dutchman Arjen Robben grabbing the throat of teammate Thomas Mueller, who had gesticulated his displeasure at Robben's selfish play and a poorly taken free kick. Read the whole story
Lionel Messi scored twice and Pedro added another as Barcelona beat Hercules, 3-0, for its 15th straight La Liga win, which drew it level with a 50-year-old record held by the great Real Madrid team captained by Alfredo di Stefano in the 1960-61 season. Read the whole story
Teitur Thordarson, coach of MLS expansion franchise Vancouver Whitecaps, would have liked more security than the one-year contract he was given by his employers but understands that's the reality of the pro game. Read the whole story
As the European winter transfer window closes, several branches of the game in England are backing the belief that the FIFA-imposed structure should be eliminated. Read the whole story


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