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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012
Representatives from Brazil's soccer federation (CBF) hinted that former coach Luiz Felipe Scolari could be reappointed to the national team position following Mario Menezes' ouster last week. Menezes coached Brazil for just two years, during which time the Selecao lost in the Copa America quarterfinals in 2011 and the 2012 ... Read the whole story
UEFA President Michel Platini revealed on Wednesday that the organization is considering dumping the Europa League altogether, and expanding the more popular-and more lucrative-Champions League instead. In an interview with Ouest-France, Platini said UEFA was having an "ongoing debate" about possible changes to its competitions for the 2015-2018 cycle of ... Read the whole story
Sporting Kansas City midfielder Roger Espinoza looks set to complete a move to Wigan Athletic of the English Premier League after the 26-year-old told SKC coach Peter Vermes that a deal was nearly completed. Wigan had expressed interest in Espinoza after impressing scouts at the 2012 London Olympics with Honduras. ... Read the whole story
Italian newspaper Tuttosport on Wednesday announced the three finalists for its annual European Golden Boy award, which is presented every year to the best soccer player in Europe under the age of 21. The three finalists are: Malaga's Spanish playmaker Isco, Atletico Madrid's Belgian goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, and AC Milan's ... Read the whole story
A sports car crashed by Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo when he was still a Manchester United player has been listed on eBay for 50,000 euros, or approximately $65,000. The Portuguese winger's Ferrari Fiorano 599, which he crashed on the way to training in Manchester in 2009, was put up ... Read the whole story

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