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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, June 19, 2013
The violent protests that started in Brasilia with the opening game of the FIFA Confederations Cup have turned into the most significant in Brazil since the end of its military dictatorship in 1985. As nearly 240,000 people marched on ten Brazilian cities on Monday, the movement gained some important allies, ... Read the whole story
We're less than a year ahead of next summer's World Cup in Brazil, and the AP says that for travelers to the world soccer showcase, getting tickets to the games may be the easiest part of their experience. Read the whole story
West Ham United on Wednesday signed Andy Carroll from Liverpool on a six-year deal for a club record $23.5 million. Although only 24, Carroll is already one of the most expensive Englishmen in history, having commanded more than $78 million in transfer fees during his career, which has taken him ... Read the whole story
Spanish wonderkid Isco won't make a decision on his future next week at the earliest, the Express reports, with Manchester City still his likely destination. Meanwhile, reports in Italy claim that City coach Manuel Pellegrini has no interest in Milan forward Stephan El Sharaawy, although the Chilean would like to ... Read the whole story
The English Premier League schedule was released on Tuesday, and by most accounts, David Moyes' Manchester United was handed the tougher of the two schedules compared to Jose Mourinho's Chelsea, who are joint-favorites' for next season's English title. While Chelsea opens the season with a home game against newly-promoted Hull ... Read the whole story
Bayern Munich striker Mario Gomez, who was the back-up to Croatia international Mario Mandzukic for most of Bayern's treble-winning season, is in talks with Manchester City, Chelsea, Atletico Madrid, Fiorentina and Napoli over a $27 million switch. According to the Express, the German international will meet with his agent Monday ... Read the whole story
After Sky Sports Italia on Tuesday reported that Paris Saint-Germain had agreed to pay the $4 million necessary to free Russia coach Fabio Capello from his contract, bookmakers stopped taking bets on the former England coach taking over the newly crowned Ligue 1 champion. Capello's son, agent Pierfilippo, is now ... Read the whole story


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