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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2012
Queens Park Rangers midfielder Joey Barton says players must lead change in attitude toward homosexuality in soccer and has offered support to gay players. Barton blamed the attitudes of coaches and players for the lack of openly gay players in Britain. Read the whole story
The Zimbabwe soccer federation (ZIFA) has suspended 67 players, including most of the national team, following an investigation into game-fixing. Read the whole story
Sudan, an entirely home-based squad, reached the Africa Cup of Nations quarterfinals with a 2-1 over Burkina Faso on Monday. The victory, sending Sudan to the knockout stage for the first time in 40 years, was also its first win in the tournament since 1970, ending a winless streak of ... Read the whole story
Mehmet Ali Aydinlar, the head of the Turkish soccer federation, and two of his deputies have resigned following a controversy on how to deal with teams implicated in game-fixing. Read the whole story

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