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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, Oct. 17, 2013
The international future of Manchester United wonder-kid Adnan Januzaj continues to be clouded by uncertainty, but it looks increasingly likely that the 18-year-old will forego the opportunity to join Belgium, one of four countries he could realistically qualify for. Januzaj was born in Brussels to Kosovan and Albanian parents. While ... Read the whole story
Egypt's soccer federation (EFA) is set to meet on Monday to discuss, among other things, whether or not to replace coach Bob Bradley, who presided over the national team's 6-1 mauling away to Ghana on Tuesday in the first-leg of a two-game series that sends the winner to the 2014 ... Read the whole story
Serie A's top two meet on Friday when Napoli visits the Stadio Olimpico to take on league leader AS Roma. While neither coach would describe the game as a title decider, a loss for either team would represent the first of the season for both clubs. Read the whole story
Ahead of Arsenal's Annual General Assembly on Thursday, Goal.com reported that coach Arsene Wenger is set to formally sign a two-year extension to his current deal. The extension, worth the same $12.1 million per year that he currently receives, may not represent a pay-raise, but it will be supplemented by ... Read the whole story
Jose Mourinho has said he is willing to assist the English Football Association's recently appointed commission to look into the declining number of Englishmen playing the Premier League. The Chelsea coach and Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, currently the only two EPL coaches that have won the league before, are expected ... Read the whole story
Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal has told Galatasaray midfielder Wesley Sneijder to move to Chelsea to revive his international career. Sneijder, who was an integral part of Jose Mourinho's Treble-winning Inter Milan team in 2010, is thought to be a January target of Mourinho, now currently at Chelsea. Read the whole story
Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas has admitted that he could leave the club if he doesn't get more playing time. Casillas, 32, lost his place last season after breaking a bone in his hand. Then-manager Jose Mourinho bought Diego Lopez from Sevilla as cover, but Lopez has now cemented himself ... Read the whole story


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