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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012
Speaking at a conference in London on Wednesday, former England international Michael Owen admitted that he went down easily in order to win penalties against Argentina at the 1998 and 2002 World Cups, although he insists that he didn't dive. Read the whole story
Former Arsenal and France midfielder Patrick Vieira lauded the official opening of St. Georges Park, the English Football Association's national soccer center that opened on Tuesday, but was quick to point out that England has a long way to go before it produces talent on a par with countries like ... Read the whole story
England's Football Associated has drawn up a new code of conduct for current and prospective members of its national soccer team. The new code aims to clearly spell out the penalties for misbehavior both on and off the field. FA boss David Bernstein stressed that the new rules-which govern, among ... Read the whole story
USA international Michael Bradley, fresh from scoring his first Serie A goal for AS Roma, says that playing in Italy has made him a more "complete" player. "Fighting my way onto a big club like Roma, I can prove to everybody that I can play at the highest level," he ... Read the whole story
Scottish club Rangers on Thursday announced that it aims to raise just over $32 million by seeking admission to the Alternative Investment Market of the London Stock Exchange. Read the whole story


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