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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, March 8, 2011
Ashley Vickers of English minor league club Dorchester Town was dumbfounded after getting red-carded for tackling a mankini-clad fan who was successfully dodging security guards. Read the whole story
There won't be any international soccer played in Libya any time soon. The African soccer confederation (CAF) made sure of that by ordering the 2012 African Cup of Nations qualifier between Libya and Comoros to be moved from Tripoli to a neutral site. The game was scheduled in late March ... Read the whole story
Hannah Karp reports that while American sports leagues distance themselves from gambling, seven of the English Premier League's 20 clubs have jerseys emblazoned with the names of online-betting companies. And two of the world's biggest, most successful sports gamblers have interested in lower division English teams: Tony Bloom is chairman ... Read the whole story
When Zak Boggs isn't busy playing for the New England Revolution he helps researchers at Children's Hospital Boston. Read the whole story

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