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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2011
The English FA and London police launched investigations into whether England captain John Terry racially abused a black opponent, Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand, while playing for Chelsea. Read the whole story
A task force led by former German international Franz Beckenbauer has recommended changes in the offside rule and punishments for red cards. Read the whole story
Red Bulls coach Hans Backe believes Thierry Henry and Rafa Marquez, the team's high-priced designated players, will play up to their marquee names in the playoffs, which start for the Red Bulls on Wednesday when they face FC Dallas in a wild-card game to reach the final eight. Read the whole story
Although FIFA had initially balked at making half-price tickets to 2014 World Cup games available for people over 65 -- sparking anger in Brazilian political circles -- it has relented. Read the whole story

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