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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Equatorial Guinea, making its Women's World Cup debut, arrived in Germany without two of its star players. Sisters Salimata and Biliguisa Simpore were were accused of being men while competing in the 2010 African Women's Championship in South Africa. Read the whole story
Andre Villas-Boas has resigned as Porto coach to become the next Chelsea manager. Once his $21.5 million release clause is paid the 33-year-old can officially succeed Carlo Ancelotti at Stamford Bridge. Read the whole story
Qwest Field, where the Seattle Sounders draw the biggest crowds in MLS, is getting a name change. The stadium that is also home of NFL's Seattle Seahawks will officially be renamed CenturyLink Field and CenturyLink Event Center. Read the whole story
Vladimir Pettai, 38, a top-flight Russian referee since 2003 and a FIFA ref since 2010, was one 44 people killed on Tuesday when a Tu-134 jet crashed on landing in heavy fog early Tuesday at an airport in the northwestern town of Petrozavodsk. Read the whole story


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