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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, May 27, 2011
FIFA President Sepp Blatter will also face a FIFA ethics committee inquiry in the latest twist to the bribery scandal that initially involved Blatter's rival for president, Qatari Mohamed bin Hammam, and Concacaf President Jack Warner. Read the whole story
Simon Chadwick, a sports marketing expert at England's Coventry University, has authored a study predicting that the winner of Saturday's Champions League final will benefit from a $180 million windfall. Read the whole story
David Lacey of The Guardian covered a European final at Wembley nearly two decades ago. Then known as the Champions Cup, the 1992 final matched a Barcelona team led by Bulgarian international Hristo Stoichkov and Danish legend Michael Laudrup against Italian club Sampdoria, which featured internationals Gianluca Vialli and Gianluca ... Read the whole story
FC Dallas defender George John, who holds both U.S. and Greek citizenship, has been invited to attend Greece's training camp prior to its friendly against Ecuador at Citi Field in New York June 7. Read the whole story


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