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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, March 22, 2011
France Football magazine is reporting that Lionel Messi and Jose Mourinho are the highest paid player and coach in soccer. Read the whole story
Soccer was certainly on U.S. President Barack Obama's agenda during his trip to Brazil. He joined a group of children as they kicked around soccer balls in a Rio de Janeiro favela. And the U.S. Export-Import Bank, the U.S. government's lending agency, announced it will establish a $1 billion line ... Read the whole story
Brothers Arie, 19, and Nigel Kapoor, 16, were kicked out of the fourth annual Bakersfield Soccer Cup and their team, Bakersfield Lightning, was disqualified and forced to forfeit its game after the opposing squad's coach complained the Kapoor brothers weren't Indian enough. Read the whole story
Bolton coach Owen Coyle is confident that American midfielder Stuart Holden will comeback strong from his second major injury since joining the EPL club in 2009 from the Houston Dynamo. Read the whole story
Dutchman Ruud Gullit, whose latest coaching stint was a debacle with the Los Angeles Galaxy, is winless since taking the helm of Chechen club Terek Grozny, which is last in the Russian League. Read the whole story


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