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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Feb. 20, 2012
Jermaine Jones, the German-based U.S. national team midfielder serving an eight-week suspension for stomping on the foot of Borussia Moenchenglabach's Marco Reus, said he regretted his action and deserved punishment but blamed the length of the suspension to a "media witch hunt." Read the whole story
Manchester United boss Alex Ferguson reflected on his 25 years at the English power's helm, which has included 48 trophies, including two UEFA Champions League crowns, 12 Premier League titles and five FA Cups. His coaching career started 12 years earlier in his native Scotland: Read the whole story
Almost all Mexican First Division clubs banned reporters and photographers from sports tabloid Record this weekend in solidarity with Chivas Guadalajara, which accused the paper of "a campaign of hate and abuses." Read the whole story
Cold weather and artificial turf at the Luzhniki stadium seem to be more of a worry for Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho than opponent CSKA Moscow. Read the whole story

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