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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, May 25, 2011
A week before the FIFA presidential election, Concacaf general secretary Chuck Blazer has informed the body's Ethics Committee that during a meeting in the Bahamas two weeks ago violations may have been committed by four officials, including presidential candidate Mohamed Bin Hammam and Concacaf president Jack Warner. Read the whole story
Eruptions from the Grimsvotn volcano in Iceland persuaded Barcelona to travel to London for the Champions League final ahead of schedule, leaving Spain on Tuesday instead of Thursday in fear that the ash cloud could halt air travel later in the week. (Last year, Barca had to travel to its ... Read the whole story
Because Portugal-based, Brazilian-born striker Edivaldo Rojashad had his nickname, "Bolivia," on his shirt, Bolivian national team coach Gustavo Quinteros discovered that the 25-year-old would be eligible to play for Bolivia thanks to his Bolivian mother. Read the whole story
A Singapore League game ended before it even started when players from S-League champion Etoile FC and Houngang United engaged in an all-out brawl before the kickoff. Read the whole story


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