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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Dec. 7, 2012
The English FA has given Chelsea's John Obi Mikel a three-game ban for confronting referee Mark Clattenburg after the infamous Premier League clash between Manchester United and Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on October 28. Mikel admitted to "using threatening and/or abusive and/or insulting words and/or behavior" toward the referee following ... Read the whole story
Without question, the Manchester derby between City and United at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday is this weekend's most anticipated game in Europe. United coach Alex Ferguson started the mind games during his pregame press conference on Friday when he suggested that there would be a House of Commons inquiry ... Read the whole story
FC Barcelona striker Lionel Messi is the most valuable soccer player in the world, playing for the most valuable soccer club in the world, according to the results of Brazilian consulting company Pluriconsultoria, which has released its annual study analyzing the approximate market value of all players, clubs and competitions ... Read the whole story
Tottenham coach Andre Villas-Boas thinks teams that finish in third-place and fail to qualify for the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 should not gain automatic entry to the Europa League, Europe's second-tier competition. Tottenham on Thursday qualified for the Europa League Round of 32 with a comfortable 3-1 win ... Read the whole story
Fernando Llorente, Athletic Blilbao's unhappy marksman, has reiterated his desire to move to the English Premier League. The hulking striker believes his qualities would suit any Premier League team, as his strength, explosiveness and power in the air would make it easy for him to adapt to the British style ... Read the whole story


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