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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, April 19, 2013
Real Madrid has usurped Manchester United's long-held position at the top of Forbes' list of the world's most valuable soccer teams. United had held onto No. 1 since the magazine began tracking soccer teams' value as businesses in 2004. Read the whole story
La Liga clubs owe the Spanish government more than $874 million in back taxes, although the figure is down from $950 million in 2012, Spain's Sports Council said on Thursday. In a radio interview, Council President Miguel Cardenal said the improvement is a positive, but the league still needs to ... Read the whole story
The 2013 Copa Libertadores Round of 16 is now set, after the last of the group stage games were completed on Thursday night. The standout series features defending champion Corinthians against six-time winner Boca Juniors, which labored to reach the Round of 16. Corinthians eeked passed Mexican side Tijuana on ... Read the whole story
In the midst of harsh criticism from lower level English clubs, the Premier League has decided to increase parachute payments to relegated clubs to $90.6 million over four seasons from $73.7 million. As England's top flight mulls a much smaller increase in the "solidarity payments" it hands out to the ... Read the whole story
England's Professional Footballers' Association on Friday released the shortlist for its Player of the Year award for which Tottenham winger Gareth Bale is the favorite. Manchester United's Robin van Persie and Michael Carrick, Chelsea's Eden Hazard and Juan Mata, and Liverpool forward Luis Suarez join the Welshman on the six-man ... Read the whole story


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