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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012
What happened to the once-great rivalry between Manchester United and Arsenal, asks Fox Soccer writer Jonathan Wilson. These days, it's not much of a contest. From the Gunners perspective, at least last season's shock 8-2 defeat to Manchester United at Old Trafford was competitive for the first 45 minutes. "On ... Read the whole story
Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger was critical of his team's performance against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday, which the Red Devils won much more comfortably than the 2-1 score line suggests. In a press conference ahead of tonight's UEFA Champions League clash away to Schalke, Wenger suggested his players ... Read the whole story
On Election Day, as nation votes for the next President of the United States, CNN asked Cristiano Ronaldo, perhaps the world's most recognizable soccer player, who he would vote for if he were a U.S. citizen. The Real Madrid striker has joined former Manchester United teammate Wayne Rooney in publicly ... Read the whole story
Following a poor start to World Cup qualifying, the Scottish Football Association relieved coach Craig Levein of his duties on Sunday night. Scotland currently sits at the bottom of Group A, below Wales, Macedonia, Serbia, and the joint-leaders Croatia and Belgium, which have 10 points, eight ahead of Scotland with ... Read the whole story
Paris St. Germain and Dinamo Zagreb supporters were arrested ahead of tonight's UEFA Champions League game in Paris. According to ESPN, 24 people were arrested late Monday night due to a clash between the sets of supporters in the Place de la Bastille. French police said one Dinamo supporter was ... Read the whole story


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