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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, Jan. 10, 2013
Rangers CEO Charles Green has said his club would seek an exit route from Scottish soccer if a league reconstruction that is currently being considered comes to pass. Read the whole story
Inter Milan on Thursday accepted a bid worth a reported $13.2 million from Galatasaray for unsettled Dutch midfielder Wesley Sneijder. Now the Turkish giant needs to reach an agreement with the player for the transfer to go ahead. Read the whole story
Swansea City coach Michael Laudrup, whose team defeated Chelsea 2-0 in the first-leg of the Capital One Cup semifinal on Wednesday, declared that only a few teams in the world could afford his star striker Michu, who scored his 16th goal of the season in the game at Stamford Bridge. Read the whole story
Manchester United coach Alex Ferguson and Paris Saint-Germain Sporting Director Leonardo continue to lavish praise on unhappy Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo. On Thursday, Ferguson said the Portuguese has become "complete player" since leaving Manchester in 2009, while Leonardo said "everything is possible" when reporters linked Ronaldo with a move ... Read the whole story
Former Chelsea assistant coach Ray Wilkins has responded to recent speculation linking Frank Lampard with a move to Manchester United by saying Old Trafford would be an "ideal" destination for the departing Blues midfielder given the way United coach Alex Ferguson has extended the careers of Ryan Giggs, 39, and ... Read the whole story


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