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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, March 9, 2012
Fourteen Colombians have joined MLS teams in the offseason, raising to 28 the number of players in MLS from the South American nation. Edgar Acero explains why the influx: One league's failure is another's success. It's not only that MLS pays better. It pays on time as promised, with no ... Read the whole story
Werder Bremen lost Austrian striker Marko Arnautovic for at least six weeks after he tore a ligament in his right knee playing with his dog on Thursday. Read the whole story
In the latest and perhaps most extreme example of cautioning a victim for diving, a referee in Belgian amateur ball ejected Julien Lecomte as he was being carried off the field on a stretcher. Read the whole story
UEFA has warned 2012 European Championship co-host Ukraine that England's games could be played in front of half-empty stadiums because of hotel price gouging. Read the whole story
Germany, which was eliminated from the 2011 Women's World Cup on home soil in the quarterfinals by eventual champ Japan, gained a measure of revenge by beating it 4-3 in the Algarve Cup final. The result means that the 2012 London Olympics women's soccer competition will be missing the champion ... Read the whole story


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