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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, Oct. 10, 2013
Wayne Rooney spoke publicly for the first time about his reasons for wanting to leave Manchester United over the summer, claiming that being played out of position by Alex Ferguson was the main point of contention between he and the former Manchester United boss. And while the England striker describes ... Read the whole story
English players now account for less than one third of all the minutes played in the English Premier League, according to a study from BBC Sport using statistics from Opta. The 'State of the Game' study found that 31.8 percent of all minutes played came from English players, down from ... Read the whole story
During the current international break, four countries could qualify for next summer's World Cup for the first time in their history: Bosnia-Herzegovina, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia and Montenegro. While a two-leg playoff against Algeria and Nigeria, respectively, stands in the way of Burkina Faso and Ethiopia qualifying out of Africa, Bosnia ... Read the whole story
Reports have surfaced in Iran claiming that the United States has approached the Middle Eastern country about possibly participating in a mini-tournament on American soil prior to next summer's World Cup in Brazil. The U.S. Soccer Federation has yet to either confirm or deny the reports, although U.S. State Department ... Read the whole story
In an interview with AS, soccer economist Jose Maria Gay de Liebana opines about Real Madrid's massive debt load, which he calculates to be about 541 million euros ($731.3 million). He claims that the club currently operates on a negative working balance of 100 million euros ($135.2 million). He surmises ... Read the whole story
The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has warned the Iraqi government to stay out of soccer matters after the government withdrew the national team from next year's Gulf Cup in frustration over losing the tournament's hosting rights due to security issues in the country. FIFA on Tuesday decided to switch the ... Read the whole story
Sunil Gulati, U.S. Soccer Federation President and a member of FIFA's executive committee, says further changes to the World Cup bidding process need to be implemented before the United States bids to host another World Cup. Gulati wants FIFA to make it clear in the future if, like with the ... Read the whole story
La Liga President Javier Tebas claims that at least eight games in Spain's La Primera and La Segunda Liga will fall victim to game-fixing this season. Tebas had previously acknowledged that 10 games are suspected of having been rigged last season, and the same will hold true this season. He ... Read the whole story


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