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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2013
Gerardo Martino says he not concerned about criticism that Barcelona has taken a more direct approach since he took over as coach for Tito Vilanova in preseason. He also said statistics that showed Rayo Vallecano had more possession of the ball in its game against Barca were misleading. Read the whole story
Former England star Paul Gascoigne said he might start drinking again even though he knows it could kill him. Read the whole story
One of those who crunches numbers for a living agrees with Seattle fans: the Sounders are the team best poised to capture the Supporters' Shield. Since they are one point behind the current leader, New York, with two games in hand, this might seem a clear case of, 'Well, duh!" Read the whole story
Last-place Nautico fired Levi Gomes, who was in charge of the Brazilian club for only 16 days, after a goalless draw at home to Flamengo and named as head coach Marcelo Martelotte -- the team's seventh coach this season. Read the whole story
Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp has been banned for one Champions League game for an outburst that he himself described as "pathetic." Read the whole story
Mario Balotelli has been banned for three games for making "insulting and intimidating comments'' toward the referee after AC Milan's loss to Napoli. Balotelli missed a penalty and scored in Sunday's game, but was shown a second yellow card after the final whistle for his protests. Read the whole story
Minor surgery on his abdomen will sideline Arsenal and England forward Theo Walcott for a month, forcing him out of England's Oct. 11 and 15 World Cup qualifiers against Montenegro and Poland. He joins Arsenal's injury list that already includes Lukas Podolski, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Santi Cazorla. Read the whole story
Paris Saint-Germain captain Thiago Silva, who suffered damage to the muscle and tendons of his left thigh early in Sunday's Ligue 1 clash with Monaco (a 1-1 tie), says he could be out as long as six weeks. He suffered a similar injury last season that kept him out for ... Read the whole story


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