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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2011
Bobby Rhine, who played nine seasons with FC Dallas and later worked as a color commentator, died Monday night of an apparent heart attack in Florida, where he was vacationing with his family. Rhine, who is survived by his wife Beven and two children, was 35. Read the whole story
Garry Cook, the former Nike executive who became a key executive at big spender Manchester City, was in hot water over allegations that an email from his iPad was sent to the mother of young City defender Nedum Onuoha, apparently mocking the fact that she had cancer. City management was ... Read the whole story
Hamburg's Peruvian striker, Paolo Guerrero, who has a well-documented fear of flying, missed the German club's friendly in Switzerland Saturday against FC Lucerne after becoming so tense on the flight that he cramped up and suffered a thigh muscle injury. Read the whole story
Hannover 96 backup goalie Markus Miller was given time off to undergo treatment for mental exhaustion. He said in a statement that he wanted to tell "my club, our fans and the media about my illness" and that he would start treatment "immediately." The news reawakened memories of the suicide ... Read the whole story


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