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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, July 11, 2011
Ravi Ubha has high praise for U.S. coach Pia Sundhage after the USA's dramatic comeback win over Brazil in the Women's World Cup quarterfinal on Sunday. Read the whole story
Phaedra Almajid, the American-based Qatari who made widespread charges of corruption in Qatari's successful bid to win the right to host 2022 World Cup, retracted her story, saying she had made it all up. Read the whole story
In the wake of South Korean prosecutors indicting about 70 players, gambling brokers and others in a game-fixing scandal, the K-League announced it will use polygraph testing to help prevent more game-fixing scandals from erupting and better investigate those implicated in future scandals. Read the whole story
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce has accused former Conservative Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher of destroying homegrown soccer talent in England. He says Thatcher's Tories "undermined the game" by stopping teachers' overtime for taking extra sports lessons after school. Read the whole story

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