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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Sept. 28, 2012
How do you reconcile the fact that Chelsea star John Terry received a four-game match for making a racist insult while Liverpool's Luis Suarez received an eight-match ban? And how could he have been found guilty of calling QPR's Anton Ferdinand "f****** black c***" by an English Football Association regulatory ... Read the whole story
German national team forward Miroslav Klose's confession that he used his hand when scoring a goal for Lazio won praise from many quarters on Thursday.< Read the whole story
Jorge Larrionda, the referee who failed to see a shot by England's Frank Lampard cross the goal line at the 2010 World Cup, says he's in favor of using goal-line technology (GLT) to aid match officials. Read the whole story
Ten years ago Mick Tunnicliffe placed a 100-pound bet that his son would one day play for Manchester United's first team. Read the whole story


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