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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Oct. 21, 2011
The days of watching the World Cup on ESPN and Univision will be over after 2014. FIFA's executive committee has awarded the U.S. television rights for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups to Fox for English-language rights and Telemundo for Spanish-language rights. Read the whole story
With Bayern Munich having opened up a five-point lead atop the Bundesliga standings, club president Uli Hoeness praised 66-year-old coach Jupp Heynckes while taking a swipe at Jurgen Klinsmann, who coached Bayern in 2008-09. Read the whole story
Bobby Convey, the highest-paid player on the San Jose Earthquakes roster, told Elliott Almond he won't return next season and wants San Jose fans to know why. Read the whole story
The English FA will permit England players who make the Euro 2012 squad to be considered for the British Olympic team, and that might include Wayne Rooney. Read the whole story


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