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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013
Rafael van der Vaart admitted on Monday that he intentionally tried to get Robert Lewandowski sent off during Hamburg's 4-1 win over Borussia Dortmund on Saturday. Speaking to reporters after the game-which effectively killed Dortmund's slim chances of retaining its Bundesliga title-, van der Vaart said: "I needed to kick ... Read the whole story
Last week, Europol, the European Union's police force, dropped a bomb on the soccer world when it said that an investigation intogame-fixing had found some 680 "suspicious" games worldwide since 2008, including 380 in Europe. However, a new report from The Associated Press says that that figure may be way ... Read the whole story
Less than 24 hours after winning the African Nations Cup with Nigeria, coach Stephen Keshi told South African radio station Metro FM that he was resigning from his post, only to perform a dramatic U-turn less than 24 hours later. Read the whole story
Carlo Ancelotti on Monday sprinkled fresh doubt on his future at Paris Saint-Germain by admitting that it would be impossible to turn down the chance to coach Real Madrid. In an interview with TVE, the Italian said: "I don't think there is a single coach in the world who could ... Read the whole story
Celtic hosts Italian champion Juventus today at Parkhead as the UEFA Champions League returns with the Round of 16. Speaking to reporters ahead of the first-leg clash, Juve coach Antonio Conte said he warned his team not to underestimate the Scottish champion, which defeated Barcelona, 2-1, at Parkhead en route ... Read the whole story


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