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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013
A number of Real Madrid players, including star man Cristiano Ronaldo, have spoken out about the sale of Mesut Ozil to Arsenal. Sergio Ramos, Isco, Alvaro Arbeloa and Ronaldo all expressed either shock or displeasure about his departure. Read the whole story
The United States is one of seven countries that could confirm its place in next year's World Cup finals in Brazil when World Cup qualifying resumes on Friday and Tuesday. Read the whole story
Paul Scharner decided to retire from the game after he was paid $595,000 to rescind his contract at Hamburg, where he failed to secure himself a spot with the first team. The former Austria international, 33, announced his decision to retire on his Twitter account on Monday. Read the whole story
In an interview with L'Equipe, Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri claims he would be open to a move to MLS before heading back to his roots at Ligue 1 giant Marseille: "Clearly, economic reality stops me from thinking about playing at OM right now. In the future, I don't know ... Read the whole story
Arsenal and England winger Theo Walcott said he was shocked when he saw the extent of the head injury sustained by Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney in a training accident last week. "I have seen a picture and it is a very, very big gash," Walcott said. "It's not nice ... Read the whole story
Bayern Munich midfielder Javi Martinez underwent groin surgery on Tuesday and is expected to miss three weeks. The holding midfielder is one of several Bayern stars out of action at the moment: Mario Gtoeze and Bastian Schweinsteiger both have ankle injuries, while Arjen Robben -- who has traveled to join ... Read the whole story


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