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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, May 6, 2013
The brother-in-law of Ricardo Portillo, the Utah recreational league referee who died in a coma on Saturday due to a head wound received from an angry soccer player, said the teenager who punched Portillo is not solely to blame. "It's not the ignorance of the child, it's the poor manners ... Read the whole story
A few hours after being confirmed as Scotland's Professional Footballers' Association Player of the Year, Motherwell striker Michael Higdon was arrested over an alleged assault at a nightclub in Glasgow. Apparently, Higdon was involved in an incident with the bouncer of the club Corinthian at close to 1:30 AM. Motherwell ... Read the whole story
Antonio Conte reflected on guiding Juventus to a second consecutive Scudetto after a 1-0 win against relegation-threatened Palermo secured the Serie A title with four games still to play. "I am proud of [the players]," Conte said, "as it was not easy to win this year despite being favorites, as ... Read the whole story
Borussia Dortmund hosted Bayern Munich on Saturday in a game that many hailed as the dress rehearsal for the UEFA Champions League final on May 25th. Of course, Bayern had already wrapped up the German Bundesliga title weeks ago, so it was no surprise that the league game did not ... Read the whole story
Chelsea secured three vital points at Old Trafford on Sunday as its quest to compete in next season's UEFA Champions League continues. Juan Mata's late deflected goal-which was later credited as a Phil Jones own goal-earned the Blues an unlikely three points at the home of the newly crowned Premier ... Read the whole story


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