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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, March 28, 2011
A banana thrown onto the field at the Emirates Stadium Saturday took some of the luster of Brazil's 2-0 defeat of Scotland in which young star Neymar scored both goals. Read the whole story
Josh Wolff and Ben Olsen had been teammates on the youth national scene, at the 2000 Olympics and 2006 World Cup. They'd been MLS adversaries since entering the league in 1998, Olsen with D.C. United and Wolff with the Chicago Fire and Kansas City Wizards. In December, old friends reconnected. Read the whole story
Three-time defending champion Egypt is in danger of missing out on the African Cup of Nations for the first time in 30 years following its 1-0 loss at South Africa. Read the whole story
Manchester City's Italian striker Mario Balotelli, whose red card for kicking an opponent in Europa League play prompted Italy coach Cesare Prandelli to drop him from the squad for last weekend's game against Slovenia, is now being asked by Man City to explain why he threw at least one dart ... Read the whole story
Barcelona has proposed a total ban on smoking at its Camp Nou stadium. If the club's members vote yes on "a smoke-free Camp Nou" at its next general assembly, the ban will take effect next season. Read the whole story


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