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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011
A 3-0 dismantling of the Netherlands in Hamburg Tuesday following a run of 10 straight wins in European Championship qualifying won't be enough to earn Germany a seed in the finals next summer. Read the whole story
Last Saturday, Spain fell, 1-0, to England at Wembley that marked its fourth friendly loss since Spain won the 2010 World Cup. On Tuesday, the world champs came close to another defeat, needing a David Villa stoppage time to tie at Costa Rica, 2-2. Read the whole story
FIFA President Sepp Blatter says players who are racially insulted during matches should accept it as part of on-field provocation and shake hands with their opponent at the end Read the whole story
The English FA has charged Liverpool striker Luis Suarez for directing racial abuse at Patrice Evra of Manchester United during the teams' Premier League match in October. Evra, who is black, lodged a complaint citing the abuse, which Suarez has denied saying. Read the whole story

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