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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, May 5, 2011
Thomas Rongen, who coached the USA at three Under-20 World Cups but failed to qualify it for the 2011 tournament, won't be returning as under-20 national team coach. Read the whole story
Four of the five Brazilian clubs that reached the Copa Libertadores round of 16 have been eliminated, leaving Santos, which prevailed 1-0 on aggregate over Mexico's Club America, Brazil's only quarterfinal representative. Read the whole story
Borussia Dortmund has clinched the title, but seven Bundesliga teams are still fighting against relegation with two games remaining. Read the whole story
Manchester United announced that the most expensive tickets for a Premier League match at Old Trafford next season will be $82, while the cheapest seats will sell for $47, marking an increase of 2 percent for the most expensive tickets and 3.7 percent for the cheapest tickets. Read the whole story

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