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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, March 4, 2011
Chuck Blazer, the FIFA executive committee's American member, has criticized his colleagues after they refused to give the Concacaf an extra place at the World Cup. Read the whole story
There was a touch of history to the first phase of the San Jose Earthquakes' stadium project -- an M2 Bradley carried members of the Earthquakes and a worker to the the FMC plant that was once used to assemble the Bradley Fighting Vehicle and that a demolition man began ... Read the whole story
FIFA's search for a viable method by which to determine whether a ball has crossed the goal line has failed to produce a satisfactory result, but general secretary Jerome Valcke says the world's governing body will continue to fund the effort. Read the whole story
The leg-muscle injury Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo suffered after scoring a hat trick in a 7-0 win over Malaga on Thursday will keep him out of action for 10 to 15 days. Read the whole story
Defender Kolo Toure, who has played more than 50 games for Manchester City since arriving from Arsenal in July 2009, has been suspended after testing positive for a specified substance. Read the whole story

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