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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Jan. 13, 2012
Michel Platini, who entered FIFA politics as an adviser to FIFA President Sepp Blatter, could decide how long his mentor stays in power. A move to unseat Blatter appears to be growing, and Platini, the UEFA president, has the support of professional clubs and leagues. Read the whole story
The crazy antics of Manchester City star Mario Balotelli know no boundaries. Needing to find a bathroom, the Italian parked his luxury Bentley outside a Manchester high school, walked in unannounced and asked where the bathroom was. After using the men's room at the 1,800-pupil Xaverian College, he went into ... Read the whole story
Germany's youth movement has paid off in a big way as its national team is loaded with lots of young talent. But the transfers of two 13-year-olds have critics saying too much is too much amid charges of "child snatching." Read the whole story
Two years after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake hit Haiti, novelist Deji Olukotun examines the state of soccer on the Caribbean island. Soccer has a strong tradition in Haiti, which reached the World Cup finals in 1974 and produced Joe Gaetjens, whose goal for the USA beat England at the 1950 ... Read the whole story

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