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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011
Former U.S. national team coach Bob Bradley arrived in Cairo on Wednesday and is set to meet Egyptian soccer federation (EFA) officials to finalize contract details for his new job as coach of the Egyptian national team. Read the whole story
HMRC, the British version of the IRS, will target soccer players as part of its clampdown on tax evasion. In an effort to boost revenues, the British government has put together a 100-member "affluence team" to examine the taxes of the estimated 350,000 people whose personal wealth exceeds $3.95 million. ... Read the whole story
Zero wins in five matches was enough for Inter Milan to fire Coach Gian Piero Gasperini, who had taken charge during the summer. A 3-1 loss to promoted Novara Tuesday prompted his dismissal after four defeats and one tie. Read the whole story
The USA fell three spots to No. 31 in the September 2011 FIFA Rankings released on Wednesday. Mexico remains 20th. Spain took over as World No. 1, switching places with the Netherlands. Read the whole story

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