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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Feb. 27, 2012
On his 500th day as Liverpool owner, American sports tycoon John Henry watched the club he rescued from the brink of bankruptcy win its first trophy in six years by beating Cardiff City in the Carling League Cup final Sunday at Wembley Stadium. Read the whole story
As the only U.S. international currently playing in Serie A, midfielder Michael Bradley is well-qualified to evaluate the team he and his fellow Americans will face Wednesday in Genoa. Read the whole story
Michael Oti Adjei of the BBC reports that Ghana coach Goran Stevanovic has said that some players used witchcraft against their own teammates at the Africa Cup of Nations, at which Ghana fell to eventual champ Zambia in the semifinal. Read the whole story
Theo Walcott departed Arsenal's 5-2 win over Tottenham with the home fans chorusing his name but with an admission from his coach, Arsene Wenger, that he had considered substituting the winger as Arsenal trailed and he was the subject of abuse from his own fans. Read the whole story


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