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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2013
South Africa-born English cricketer Kevin Pietersen engaged in a war of words via Twitter with Jack Wilshere over his comment that only homegrown players should be allowed to play for the national team. Pietersen, who was born in South Africa but has played cricket for England for nearly 10 years, ... Read the whole story
Mexico coach Victor Manuel Vucetich deflected suggestions that he and his squad are nervous about potentially missing out on next year's World Cup in Brazil should Mexico fail to pick up three points in its crucial World Cup qualifier against Panama in Mexico City on Friday. "Only Judas was fearful," ... Read the whole story
Honduras can seal a place in next summer's World Cup in Brazil on Friday by beating Costa Rica and hoping that other results go its way in the penultimate round of Concacaf qualifying. The Central American country is currently third in the Concacaf qualification standings with 11 points, three points ... Read the whole story
Wayne Rooney thinks the five strikers currently in England's squad -- Daniel Sturridge, Jermain Defoe, Danny Welbeck, Rickie Lambert and himself-- represent the best attacking lineup he has seen in 10 years representing his country. Read the whole story
In an interview on Telemundo, Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez admitted that he might be forced to leave the Red Devils in search of regular first team opportunities elsewhere, after starting just two games under coach David Moyes. Hernandez was also a regular substitute in the last two seasons of ... Read the whole story
The RFEF, Spain's official soccer federation, has said it will offer national team coach Vicente Del Bosque an extension to his current contract once his team qualifies for next year's World Cup in Brazil. According to the AS report, the terms of a new deal are already in place. Spain, ... Read the whole story
Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa, who is currently leading La Liga in scoring with 10 goals in eight games, says he hopes his decision to play internationally for Spain rather than Brazil will not cause problems in his homeland. The 25-year-old officially became a Spanish citizen on Oct. 3. Read the whole story


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