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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013
The Bundesliga's 18 teams posted a record-breaking $2.66 billion in revenues for the 2011-2012 season, the German soccer league (DFL) said in its annual report on Wednesday, marking the eighth consecutive time Germany's first division posted an annual revenue record. The league's combined profit after tax was close to $74 ... Read the whole story
For the eighth straight year, Spanish giant Real Madrid has remained soccer's highest earning team, staying ahead of bitter rival Barcelona in the so-called "Football Money League" compiled by accounting firm Deloitte every year. Read the whole story
West Ham defender Daniel Potts will remain in the hospital to undergo further scans after being knocked unconscious during the Hammers 5-1 Premier League defeat at home to Arsenal on Wednesday. Read the whole story
Public opinion is divided over whether Eden Hazard should face further action from England's FA for allegedly kicking a ball boy who was holding the ball to waste time during Chelsea's 2-0 aggregate defeat to Swansea City in the Capital One Cup on Wednesday. In fact, some current and former ... Read the whole story
Jose Mourinho insists that all is well in the Real Madridlocker room and that he is not worried about his future. In a radio interview with French soccer legend Luis Fernandez, the Real coach said, "Everyone is looking for controversy surrounding me on a daily basis, and there isn't any. ... Read the whole story


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