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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012
English Premier League leader Manchester United has been paired with reigning Spanish La Liga champion Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League Round of 16, while Arsenal travels to Bayern Munich, AC Milan faces FC Barcelona and Scottish champion Celtic plays Italian champion Juventus. Read the whole story
Tito Vilanova will remain Barcelona coach, the club announced on Wednesday, following news that the 44-year-old had suffered a relapse of a cancerous tumor on his parotid gland, for which he was operated on in November 2011, five months before being named Barca first team coach. Speaking at a press ... Read the whole story
Despite scoring 90 goals this year-a world record-Lionel Messi has been rated the third best athlete in Argentina in 2012, according to a poll of journalists in the country. Boxer Sergio Martinez and taekwondo fighter Sebastian Crismanich both finished higher than the FC Barcelona striker. Read the whole story
La Marca claims that Lionel Messi's new contract extension at Barcelona, which raises his salary to $21 million and will keep him at the Camp Nou until 2016, has shifted the focus in Spain back to unsettled Real Madrid striker Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese has yet to secure a new ... Read the whole story
Liverpool drew Russian champion Zenit St. Petersburg in the last 32 of the UEFA Europa League on Thursday, while deposed Champions League champion Chelsea will play Sparta Prague. Tottenham, meanwhile, meets Lyon, which means a return for goalkeeper Hugo Lloris to his former club. Read the whole story

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