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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, March 31, 2011
It's rare that Americans get to coach in Europe, but former U.S. international David Wagner, born to an American GI and German mother, has been named the coach of Borussia Dortmund's under-23 team. Read the whole story
Police were baffled as to how the coffin -- which was held aloft and passed around in the stands -- got through security at the General Santander stadium in Cucuta, Colombia. Read the whole story
Less than a month into its return to top-tier soccer, Vancouver is dealing with a rare request. French center back Mouloud Akloul made his Caps debut last season in late April, and while wearing No. 6 in 24 minutes scored a goal and suffered a fractured ankle that ended his ... Read the whole story
Standard Chartered, the bank that sponsors Liverpool, wants the club to bring in high-profile Asian players. Read the whole story


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