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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Feb. 11, 2013
Nigeria's Africa Cup on Nations triumph should feel like a vindication for coach Stephen Keshi, who became only the second man to win the African continental championship as both a player and a coach when his Super Eagles beat Burkina Faso, the Cinderella story of the tournament, 1-0 in Sunday's ... Read the whole story
A Muslim soccer player made an historic debut for Beitar Jerusalem on Sunday, despite violent protests prior to the game, including a fire that destroyed the team's offices. The fire, believed to have been set by hardcore anti-Arab supporters known as "La Familia", destroyed trophies and other Beitar mementos two ... Read the whole story
Manchester United, you've been warned: Cristiano Ronaldo, your former player, is on fire, and he's coming to get you. At least, that's what Real Madrid's stand-in captain, Sergio Ramos, is saying ahead of the monumental UEFA Champions League Round of 16 first-leg clash between the clubs at the Santiago Bernabeu ... Read the whole story
Manchester United and Real Madrid, which meet on Wednesday in the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 first-leg in Madrid, have had very different domestic seasons, United coach Alex Ferguson points out, a fact that could alleviate some of the pressure on the Red Devils going into the crucial series. ... Read the whole story
Manchester City saw its Premier League title hopes all but vanish this weekend, losing 3-1 away to relegation-threatened Southampton, while league leader Manchester United beat Everton 2-0 at Old Trafford to extend its lead over City to 12 points with just 12 games remaining. In the end, the game at ... Read the whole story


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