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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, July 27, 2012
Great Britain is fielding a men's soccer team in the Olympic Games for the first time in half a century and controversy arose after its Welsh players -- Ryan Giggs, Craig Bellamy, Joe Allen and Neil Taylor -- did not sing the national anthem, "God Save The Queen," before their ... Read the whole story
U.S. coach Pia Sundhage said goalkeeper Hope Solo had the sun in her eyes when she gave up two early goals in the USA's 4-2 win against France in its Olympic opener. Read the whole story
In Dominic Fifield's article headlined, "From Russia with loathing," former England coach Fabio Capello claims the English FA was in breach of contract by stripping John Terry of the England captaincy against the Italian's wishes earlier this year, interference that left the then national coach "pissed off" and prompted his ... Read the whole story
Chelsea defender John Terry isn't out of the woods just yet, though earlier this month a court cleared him of racially abusing an opposing player The English FA has charged Terry on Friday for abusing Anton Ferdinand of Queens Park Rangers during a Premier League match in October. Read the whole story

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