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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, Feb. 18, 2013
Robbie Rogers' American soccer colleagues offered a universal show of support after the 25-year-old winger said on Friday that he is gay and would be stepping away from professional soccer. Within moments of his announcement, several current and former American players from MLS and abroad voiced their support via Twitter. ... Read the whole story
Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger erupted on Monday after a reporter asked the Gunners coach about a report claiming that he had entered into new contract talks with the London club. During the press conference, which was supposed to be for his team's UEFA Champions League round-of-16 match against Bundesliga leader ... Read the whole story
British tabloid The Daily Mirror claims that the Los Angeles Galaxy would be willing to loan target Frank Lampard to a big European club for three months-just as it let David Beckham go out on loan to AC Milan in 2009 and 2010-so that the Chelsea legend could stay fit ... Read the whole story
Michael Laudrup apologized to Swansea City's traveling supporters following Liverpool's 5-0 rout of the Capital One Cup finalist at Anfield in the only English Premier League game played this past weekend. Laudrup made seven changes to the team that beat Queens Park Rangers 4-1 last weekend at Liberty Stadium, which ... Read the whole story
Gary Neville, a former Manchester United defender-turned-soccer-pundit, has called on FIFA, its continental confederations, and the various league organizations that report to those confederations, to demand greater transparency about the relationship between clubs, agents, and the coaches and players they represent. Writing in his weekly Mail on Sunday column, Neville ... Read the whole story

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