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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2012
Riding the momentum of 2-0 and 6-1 Premier League victories, Arsenal opens its Champions League campaign Tuesday at Montpellier. Arsenal is unbeaten in eight away matches against French teams and has a vast edge in European experience. Montpellier is a neophyte, Arsenal is playing in the Champions' League for the ... Read the whole story
Anderlecht's return to the UEFA Champions League group stage after a six-year absence could not begin with a more difficult trip. Read the whole story
Bayern Munich, which lost last year's Champions League final on penalty kicks to Chelsea after the Germans dominated play, looks even stronger this season, writes Steffen Potter. Read the whole story
The Spanish soccer federation (RFEF) will for the second straight year forego its state subsidy, which for 2013 would be $3.94 million -- about 3 percent of its annual budget. The RFEF coffers are full the national team's phenomenal run in recent years -- two Euro and one World Cup ... Read the whole story

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