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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Nov. 2, 2012
Manchester United coach Alex Ferguson said he supports referee Mark Clattenburg despite Chelsea's allegations that he used "inappropriate language" during the game between the teams at Stamford Bridge last Sunday. Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, meanwhile, went a step further, criticizing Chelsea's decision to make the matter public. Read the whole story
Carlos Slim, the world's richest man, worth an estimated $69 billion, who is a big soccer fan, has decided to buy into Spain's La Liga, and, according to a report from "Libertad Digital," one of its teams, Getafe. Read the whole story
Juan Mata (Chelsea), Javi Garcia (Manchester City), Alvaro Negredo (Sevilla) and Roberto Soldado (Valencia) are just a few big names that have come out of Real Madrid's youth system without ever quite making it in the first team. La Marca notes that many teams in Spain have benefitted from Los ... Read the whole story
West Ham United, which hopes to move to the Olympic Stadium that is now vacant following the 2012 London Games, could face further competition from the National Football League, according to a report from Goal.com. Read the whole story
Money problems continue to plague Malaga of Spain's La Liga, as player and staff wages have once again gone unpaid. Following Wednesday night's 4-3 Copa del Rey victory over Cacereno, coach Manuel Pellegrini said he would meet with players on Thursday to discuss their options. Read the whole story


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