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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, June 24, 2011
The consensus is that the Women's World Cup, which kicks off on Sunday, is Germany's to lose, writes Matthew Futterman. The Germans are the class of the sport, thanks to the world's most sophisticated development program -- and they might be unbeatable on their home turf. Read the whole story
Leeds United has banned a great-grandmother from its Elland Road stadium for invading the field. Margaret Musgrove, 63, was given an automatic ban by Leeds after she went on to the grass during the last game of the season in May. Read the whole story
In a week or so, Jonah Gomez and his family will have a new home, thanks to the producers of the TV show "Extreme Makeover." By then, he might also have hopes of a better life, thanks to Real Salt Lake and six other MLS teams that are conducting bone-marrow ... Read the whole story
Statistical analysis of soccer games has been praised and derided since its inception a decade ago, and this season MLS entered the arena by utilizing the Castrol Index to evaluate and rate its players. Read the whole story


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