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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, June 27, 2011
River Plate, the most successful club in Argentine history with 33 league titles, was relegated to the Argentine second division for the first time in its 110-year existence after a 1-1 tie with Begrano on Sunday gave it a 3-1 aggregate loss in the demotion playoff series. Read the whole story
To limit potential political issues in qualifying play for the 2014 World Cup, FIFA will keep former warring neighbors apart when groups are drawn July 30 in Rio de Janeiro. Read the whole story
Winners of only one game in their last 10, the Red Bulls came away from Toyota Park with a 1-1 tie but that wasn't enough for midfielder Joel Lindpere, scorer of New York's goal against the Fire that gave it a 1-0 lead. Read the whole story
Panama, which reached the semifinals of the Gold Cup, is coached by Julio Dely Valdes. The Canaleros' U-17 squad, which is in the round of 16 of the U-17 World Cup, is coached by his twin brother, Jorge Dely Valdes. Read the whole story


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