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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, May 4, 2012
Four former Women's Professional Soccer (WPS) players ventured to Russia to play this spring, but all four have since returned, sighting contract breaches and lack of professionalism. Jeff Kassouf reports on what went wrong for Kia McNeill, Leigh Ann Robinson, Yael Averbuch and Omolyn Davis. Read the whole story
The San Jose Earthquakes' remarkable leap to the top of MLS is increasing demand for tickets and bringing energy to a proposed 18,000-seat stadium the team plans to christen in 2013, club president Dave Kaval told Elliott Almond. Read the whole story
After Talat Abunima of Norwegian fifth division club Sandved went down in the Ild penalty area, referee Nedzad Munjic pointed to the spot. Abunima argued that he hadn't been fouled, received a yellow card, and then a red when he continued his protest. Read the whole story
Liverpool and Chelsea both rested players in midweek league losses, which Michael Cox said could help make for a more exciting FA Cup final on Saturday Read the whole story

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