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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, June 7, 2011
Dutchman Martin Jol will return to London, this time to manage Fulham, which signed him to a two-year contract to replace Mark Hughes, who moved to Aston Villa. Read the whole story
Dutchman Aron Winter became Toronto's sixth coach in five seasons after Mo Johnston, John Carver, Chris Cummins, Preki and Nick Dasovic had each failed to guide the club into the MLS playoffs. So far, things aren't looking much better. Read the whole story
Mexican business tycoon Jorge Hank Rhon, who has bankrolled the rise of a modest Tijuana soccer club into the Primera Division, was taken into custody during a raid conducted on his residence by soldiers Saturday morning. Read the whole story
A year before Poland is to co-host the 2012 European Championship with Ukraine, Poland's top auditing office says delays in preparation could threaten the running of the event. Read the whole story

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