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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, June 20, 2011
In attempt to call off FIFA investigators and preserve his political career in Trinidad & Tobago, where he is the powerful minister of works and transportation, Jack Warner quit as a FIFA vice president Monday. In a statement, FIFA said all Ethics Committee procedures against him have been closed and ... Read the whole story
Delays in work on stadiums and a dire need for better transportation and airports will prevent Brazil from hosting the best World Cup ever, says former star and current congressman Romario. Read the whole story
MLS's expansion to the Pacific Northwest -- or the PNW -- has given the league a huge boost. Read the whole story
The Copa America, South America's national team championship, kicks off on July 1 and Grahame L. Jones explains that European clubs will be shopping for talent. Read the whole story
Argentine giants River Plate sank to the lowest ebb in its 110-year existence when a 2-1 home defeat by Lanus plunged it into a playoff for top-flight survival, reports Rex Gowar. Read the whole story

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