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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, May 17, 2012
When the Los Angeles Galaxy re-signed David Beckham for the 2012 season, fans accepted the possibility that the English star would miss part of the MLS season to represent Great Britain in the London Olympics men's soccer competition. Read the whole story
Seb Coe, chairman of the London Olympic organizing committee, said there is no pressure on Team GB men's soccer coach Stuart Pearce to pick David Beckham for the Olympics. Read the whole story
Liverpool received permission from Wigan chairman Dave Whelan to speak to Latics manager Roberto Martinez about the Reds' managerial vacancy following the departure of Kenny Dalglish. Read the whole story
The family of England international Theo Walcott have vowed not to travel to Euro 2012 after voicing fears they may be targeted for racist abuse by hooligans in Ukraine. Read the whole story
Much of the buildup to Euro 2012 has focused on issues in Ukraine, but co-host Poland says its ready for the tournament, which kicks off on June 8. Read the whole story


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