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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Oct. 5, 2012
Two English League Championship players, Michael Chopra and James Coppinger, and Mark Wilson, a former player with Manchester United, are among nine individuals charged by the British Horseracing Authority on Thursday in a scheme to fix horse races Read the whole story
England manager Roy Hodgson will probably choose his words more carefully the next time he discusses the national team while riding the subway. After he mentioned to fellow riders he wasn't picking Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand, who hadn't yet been informed of the decision, word spread so quickly he ... Read the whole story
Manchester City star Samir Nasri, banned for three games for an expletive-laced tirade at a journalist after the quarterfinal loss to Spain at Euro 2012, will not be playing in France's games against Japan on Oct. 12 and Spain four days later in Madrid even though his suspension is over. Read the whole story
Antonio Conte, coach of Italian champion Juventus, is serving a 10-month ban for failing to report what he knew about plans to fix a Serie B match when he was coaching at Siena in 2010-11, and a celebrity agent says Conte's sole accuser, Filippo Carobbio, tried to sell the story ... Read the whole story


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