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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, March 25, 2013
FIFA on Monday has said it will study the official protest it received from Costa Rica following its 1-0 loss to the United States in a CONCACAF World Cup qualifier in a snowstorm in Denver, CO. "FIFA will now analyze the content of the letter and next steps will be ... Read the whole story
Paris St. Germain and Inter Milan are said to be chasing Real Madrid's coach Jose Mourinho, but according to reports in Spain, the "Special One" only has eyes for one club: Chelsea. The Portuguese, who coached the Blues from 2004-2007, was once again spotted in London this weekend, where he ... Read the whole story
Former Germany striker Oliver Bierhoff has given the German national team almost no chance of lifting the World Cup in Brazil next summer. During a press conference ahead of Germany's home game against Kazakhstan on Wednesday, Bierhoff said: "For us, it is almost impossible to win the tournament. It is ... Read the whole story
Barcelona coach Tito Vilanova will return home this week after two months of treatment in New York for a parotid gland tumor that was discovered during a routine examination in December. Barca announced on its Web site that the 44-year-old will return to the city but did not say when ... Read the whole story
Stoke City striker Michael Owen, who last week announced that he would retire from professional soccer at the end of the season, has said that he wants to get involved in the business end of managing players' careers once his playing career is over. Read the whole story

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