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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2011
A follow-up surgery on the knee injury suffered U.S. and Bolton midfielder Stuart Holden six months ago will knock him out of action yet again. Read the whole story
American entrepreneur Thomas DiBenedetto, the leader of a four-man U.S. consortium that became first foreign majority owners of a Serie A club, was confirmed as president of Roma. Read the whole story
Some prominent names in soccer are lining up to take shots at Manchester City's Carlos Tevez, whose refusal to play as a substitute Tuesday against Bayern Munich has triggered yet another controversy centered on the testy Argentine forward. Read the whole story
After 14 seasons, Carling will not renew its sponsorship of the English League Cup, the third most important competition in English soccer after the Premier League and FA Cup, following the 2011-12 season. Read the whole story
Borussia Dortmund's departure to Marseille for their Champions League game on Wednesday was delayed by about 50 minutes on Tuesday when their bus driver was stopped for speeding. Read the whole story
Bath City had five players ejected in an English FA Youth Cup game for their choice of underwear, which must be the same color as the shorts but Bath's white pants were visible below their black shorts. Read the whole story


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