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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, June 13, 2012
After getting in his first training session with Montreal, Marco Di Vaio headed back to Italy. He's been called back to attend a hearing into allegations of game-fixing in Italian soccer and is due back on Friday. He isn't accused of wrongdoing, and will answer questions regarding matches he played ... Read the whole story
UEFA fined the Russian soccer federation (RFS) and threatened it with a possible six-point penalty as punishment for fan behavior at the European Championships. Read the whole story
A crackdown on corruption in Chinese soccer has resulted in jail sentences for eight individuals. Two ex-chiefs of its soccer federation, four former national team players and two others will serve time in an effort to clean up the scandal-plagued domestic game. Read the whole story
A Polish fan was so upset when Russia scored against Poland in Tuesday's Euro 2012 game that he threw his television out the window of his third-story apartment in the southern Polish city of Sosnowiec. Read the whole story

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