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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Jan. 20, 2012
Mexican soccer offers the possibility for Americans to earn more money than they can in MLS, but they won't find stability as Grant Wahl reports in interviews with Americans DaMarcus Beasley, Herculez Gomez and Marco Vidal about life south of the border. Read the whole story
Two years after being shot in the head in the bathroom of a Mexico City bar during an argument with an alleged drug dealer, Paraguayan Salvador Cabanas is set to make a comeback with third division club 12 de Octubre, the club at which he began his career in 1997. Read the whole story
Manchester United paid more than $28 million for young Spanish goalie David de Gea, only for him to land on the bench after a series of erratic performances. Now comes word that the 21-year-old keeper may need laser surgery at the end of the season because he is far-sighted. Read the whole story
How bad are preparations going for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil? FIFA President Sepp Blatter says Russia, which won't host until 2018, is farther along than Brazil, which has only two years left to get everything ready.< Read the whole story


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