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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, June 23, 2011
Second-half goals by Neymar and Danilo gave Brazil's Santos a 2-1 win over Uruguay's Penarol and its first Copa Libertadores title since the Pele era in the 1960s. Read the whole story
New Jersey native and Italian international Giuseppe Rossi, in New York this week to participate in the Showdown in Chinatown organized by NBA star Steve Nash, says he's not getting his hopes too high regarding a possible move to Barcelona. Read the whole story
A year ago, Freddy Adu was left off the USA's World Cup roster and then found himself without a club team. Read the whole story
River Plate, Argentina's most successful club, lost, 2-0, to Belgrano in the first-leg of their relegation playoff. Dozens of fans ripped through a fence, raced across the field, and taunted and shoved River Plate players after the second goal. Read the whole story
Most MLS teams struggle to draw good crowds for their midweek matches, particularly those shown on national television, but not so Seattle. Read the whole story
Eucharia Uche, coach of the Nigeria team competing in this summer's Women's World Cup, has called homosexuality a "dirty issue," and "spiritually, morally very wrong." Read the whole story

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