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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012
Thierry Henry is expected to rejoin the Arsenal on loan in January, with the hope that he may be able to remain with the struggling club until the end of the season, according to reports. At the very least, the New York Red Bulls striker looks certain to head to ... Read the whole story
Lionel Messi said he feared the worst after being stretchered off toward the end of Barcelona's 0-0 draw with Benfica after receiving an elbow to his knee from the opposing goalkeeper. Tests revealed that the Argentine merely suffered a bruised knee, and that he could be passed fit to play ... Read the whole story
Los Angeles Galaxy coach Bruce Arena remained tight-lipped about the possibility of Kaka joining the club from Real Madrid, where he has struggled to force his way into the first team. LA has been marked as a potential destination for the 30-year-old, especially with the Galaxy needing to replace David ... Read the whole story
German fans have called for demonstrations outside of stadiums and in various cities across the country this weekend in protest of a German league association (DFL) paper, "Safe Stadium Experience," that threatens to reduce away fan support, ban away standing and enforce full body searches ahead of high-security games. The ... Read the whole story
Mario Balotelli's agent compared the Manchester City striker to Leonardo Da Vinci's Mona Lisa on Thursday, saying that no Italian club could afford to buy him, or pay his wages. After AC Milan President and former Italy Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi confirmed his interest in signing the 22-year-old, Mino Raiola, ... Read the whole story


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