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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, Sept. 13, 2012
A European crime syndicate bribed Canadian soccer players to fix a semi-professional game between Trois-Rivieres and Toronto teams as part of an international game-fixing scheme to make money from online bets, reports CBC news. Read the whole story
A scathing investigative report that revealed extensive malfeasance by police and stadium officials during and after the 1989 Hillsborough crowd crush that resulted in 96 deaths has prompted Prime Minister David Cameron to issue an apology. Read the whole story
Juventus failed in its bid to land a big-time striker during the summer transfer market, but the Italian champion is not giving up all hope. Read the whole story
Cristiano Ronaldo, who announced last week that he was sad and didn't celebrate the goals he scored for Real Madrid, returned to his club in a good mood after two wins with Portugal. Read the whole story


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