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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, July 5, 2012
Soccer has finally adopted what Wimbledon tennis organizers -- never known as a bastion of liberalism -- adopted for service line calls in 1980. The International Football Association Board has finally decided that soccer should use goal-line technology, approving two systems for testing. Read the whole story
UEFA is under fire after it emerged that it manipulated footage of off-the-field incidents for dramatic effect during Euro 2012. Read the whole story
Jordi Alba couldn't hide his joy at being back at Barcelona. In his first press conference after signing with Barca from Valencia, the Spanish Euro 2012 star said, "I'm happy to come home, with my family and my people. I've realized my dream." Read the whole story
Brazil's Corinthians won its first Copa Libertadores title thanks to a 2-0 win over Argentina's Boca Juniors in the second leg of the final for a 3-1 win on aggregate. Read the whole story


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