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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, May 31, 2013
As it turns out, England will face Brazil at the newly-renovated Maracana in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday. The game was originally suspended because of safety fears that were later withdrawn by the Rio state government. "All safety requirements for the friendly between Brazil and Englandhave been complied with and, ... Read the whole story
The French League (LFP) on Thursday handed Paris Saint-Germain sporting director Leonardo a nine-month ban for pushing referee Alexandre Castro in the tunnel at the Parc des Princes after the Ligue 1 champion drew 1-1 with Valenciennes on May 5th. As of May 8th, the Brazilian has been banned from ... Read the whole story
Liverpool has responded to Luis Suarez's statements that he wants to leave England on account of the harsh treatment he has received from the media, by saying that the Uruguayan is not for sale. "Luis Suarez is not for sale - neither Luis or his representatives have communicated these feelings ... Read the whole story
Mario Balotelli's name surfaced on Thursday during a court case involving the Naples-based Camorra criminal organization. A witness claimed the AC Milan striker had seen drug deals being done in the Scampia area of Naples and had asked to be involved in one "as a joke." Read the whole story


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