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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, July 6, 2012
Three European veterans have been named to represent Brazil at the Olympic Games as its overage players. Read the whole story
The French soccer federation (FFF) finds itself at odds with FIFA, refusing the authorize the wearing of a hijab, the Islamic headscarf for women players. The move comes on a day after the International Football Association Board overturned its 2007 ban on the Islamic headscarf, which it had argued was ... Read the whole story
Glasgow Rangers manager Ally McCoist says he has just six first-team players at preseason training as he and the Scottish club face a murky future. McCoist says "close to 21 players" have departed Ibrox since January, when the financial problems that have crippled the once-great club began to develop. It ... Read the whole story
Uruguayan Diego Forlan, voted the best player at the 2010 World Cup, became the latest European-based star to move to Brazil when he signed a three-year deal with Internacional. Read the whole story


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