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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, July 6, 2011
Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas fears his hopes of finally completing a move back to his boyhood club, Barcelona, could be frustrated with Arsenal and the Catalan club still at odds over their valuation of the Spain midfielder and, as yet, unwilling to compromise. Read the whole story
Canada, winner of the Concacaf women's championship, entered the Women's World Cup with high hopes but exited quickly with three losses. Read the whole story
As New York and Philadelphia officials wrangle over which one of them will win the Eastern Conference, the third-place Crew isn't conceding anything. Read the whole story
Copa America organizers are concerned that Monumental Stadium, ransacked by River Plate fans following the team's demotion last week to Argentina's second division, is not in condition to host the final on July 24 and alternative venues should be considered. Read the whole story

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