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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, March 2, 2012
FIFA will conduct a "routine" investigation into Bahrain's 10-0 win over Indonesia that was within minutes of allowing Bahrain to overtake Qatar for second place in their Asian World Cup 2014 qualifying group and move into the final round of qualifying. Read the whole story
Norway's soccer federation (NFF) plans to ban players from speaking to referees during matches. Read the whole story
Mike Collett reports that FIFA General Secretary Jerome Valcke made a scathing attack on Brazil's preparations for hosting the 2014 World Cup, saying "not a lot is moving" and organizers needed "a kick up the backside." Read the whole story
A successor to England coach Fabio Capello may not be chosen until the club season nears its end in May. English FA general secretary Alex Horne said a list of potential candidates has been drawn up but that the governing body did not want to disrupt clubs' seasons. Read the whole story

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