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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Ghanaian fans hailed Black Stars coach Goran Stevanovic after his second-half changes led to Ghana snatching a 1-1 tie against England at Wembley Stadium. The moves underscored the depth in the Ghana squad. Read the whole story
Johan Cruyff, whose play led Ajax Amsterdam to glory in the 1970s, returned to Ajax in an advisory role in February. Now Ajax's board of directors says it will quit amid a bitter disagreement with the man who also coached Barcelona's "Dream Team" of the early 1990s. Read the whole story
Australia's 2-1 win over Germany in Moenchengladbach ranks as one of the Socceroos' biggest wins ever, and it had star Harry Kewell wishing they could reproduce the form at major tournaments. Read the whole story
Venezuela held Mexico to 1-1 tie in a friendly at San Diego's Qualcomm Stadium in front of 60,808 pro-Mexico fans. Read the whole story
A charity game between the Japanese national team and an all-star of former Japanese stars drew a capacity crowd of more than 40,000 at the Nagai Stadium in Osaka -- tickets were sold out in an hour -- and donations of $261,000 were raised for the victims of the recent ... Read the whole story


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