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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013
Despite social and political upheaval all around him, former U.S. men's national team coach Bob Bradley is still in Egypt. Now coach of the Egyptian national team, Bradley says he's not going anywhere until after the 2014 World Cup, which he hopes the Pharaohs will qualify for. So far, his ... Read the whole story
Paolo Berlusconi, younger brother of AC Milan President and former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, controversially described new arrival Mario Balotelli as "the family's little n*****" ahead of the Rossoneri's 2-1 win against Udinese at the San Siro on Sunday. The comments were made during a political meeting in Monza ... Read the whole story
Hungarian club Debrecen on Tuesday confirmed that its UEFA Champions League group stage game against Liverpool at Anfield in 2009 was part of a game-fixing investigation by Europol. On Monday, Danish newspaper Ekstra Bladet broke the news, saying that sources within Europol had confirmed the investigation. Read the whole story
In response to the Europol investigation of nearly 700 games worldwide on suspicion of match-fixing, Wales coach Chris Coleman says that in his time spent abroad, he felt that "something was going on" while he was a coach in Spain with Real Sociedad and Greece with Larissa. Read the whole story
For Burkina Faso coach Paul Put, who finds his team in the semifinal of the African Nations Cup against Ghana today, it was no great surprise that Europol should find evidence of game-fixing in as many as 380 games across Europe. Put is one of the few coaches to return ... Read the whole story


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