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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2011
Johan Cruyff has attempted to explain an allegedly racist comment he made toward Edgar Davids by claiming he was referring to the multicultural makeup of Ajax, the club whose supervisory board the pair sits on, reports Ewan Murray. Another board member, Steven ten Have, alleged that Cruyff said to Davids: ... Read the whole story
Reasons for Bundesliga referee Babak Rafati's attempted suicide remain unclear yet it has prompted requests for the German media to take greater care in its treatment of referees. Read the whole story
An impromptu party thrown by jubilant Czech players after they qualified for Euro 2012 has marred the team's image and drew a $100,000 fine from the Czech federation. Read the whole story
Players in Croatia are not paid on time and sometimes kicked out of their apartments because their clubs have not paid the rent, the international players' union FIFPro said. Read the whole story


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