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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013
Carlos Mendoza, the president of the Association for [Real] Madrid's Values, gives an interview to AS in which he describes the financial situation of Real Madrid, which is by most estimates the world's most expensive soccer team, as being grim, to say the least. Read the whole story
Belgium coach Marc Wilmots on Monday revealed that Manchester United midfielder Adnan Januzaj declined the chance to join up with his squad for the time being. The 18-year-old, who has yet to make a senior international appearance, also qualifies for Croatia and Albania, while England has also expressed interest in ... Read the whole story
Arsenal achieved a double-swoop in the English Premier League's Manager and Player of the Month awards for September, with coach Arsene Wenger and midfielder Aaron Ramsey winning both, respectively. The Gunners began the month in 12th-place in the EPLstandings but ended it in first following four consecutive wins over Spurs, ... Read the whole story
The Daily Mail has been publishing pieces of Harry Redknapp's forthcoming autobiography, Always Managing, in which the Queens Park Rangers boss describes Real Madrid's record signing Gareth Bale as being short on confidence. Redknapp, of course, coached Bale for four years during his time as manager of Tottenham Hotspur. In ... Read the whole story
FIFA on Monday sent secretary general Jerome Valcke to inspect Brazil's World Cup host cities amid uncertainty about the country's ability to deliver the final six stadiums by FIFA's established December deadline. Read the whole story
Italy's soccer authorities on Monday ordered AC Milan to play its next Serie A home game behind closed doors, in addition to fining the club $67,900 following discriminatory chants by its fans against southern club Napoli, in a 2-1 loss at the San Siro on Sept 22nd. Read the whole story
FIFA has said it plans to create a league table based on countries' racial abuse and discrimination. Tokyo Sexwale, a member of FIFA's Task Force against Racism and Discrimination, unveiled the initiative at a United Nations forum on racism and soccer on Monday. Read the whole story


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