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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Sept. 26, 2011
Will high-spending clubs like Manchester City run afoul of new laws designed to restrict spending by especially rich owners of soccer teams, such as Manchester City, which since being bought in 2008 has spent hundreds of millions of dollars on players in addition to the hundreds of millions paid to ... Read the whole story
Barcelona's club members ratified the $230 million, five-year shirt sponsorship deal with the Qatar Foundation and voted to ban smoking at Camp Nou stadium. The team shirt began bearing the Qatar Foundation logo this season, but the club's general assembly needed to approve the agreement. Read the whole story
Lionel Messi notched his 12th hat trick of his Barcelona career in Saturday's 5-0 win over Atletico Madrid and the 24-year-old Argentine now has scored 192 for Barcelona -- just two behind Hungary's Laszlo Kubala, who scored 194 in his career at the Camp Nou in the 1950s. Read the whole story
Theyab Awana, a 21-year-old midfielder considered one of the United Arab Emirates emerging talents, died after being involved in an accident when travelling back from training in Al Ain to Abu Dhabi. Read the whole story

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